CleanSlate UV Collection


Explore our resources to learn more about the power of UV light and what makes CleanSlate UV an effective mobile device sanitizer.

White Papers

Download our FREE white papers to learn more about CleanSlate UV technology and the different categories of UV disinfection solutions.

Achieve Your Hand Hygiene Goals with CleanSlate UV

Enabling proper hand hygiene is the most important defense against hospital-acquired infections (HAIs).

Disinfecting Mobile Devices in Healthcare – Chemical Wipes vs UV-C Light

An average of 1 in 4 are contaminated with superbugs such as MRSA, and our own research has shows that devices immediately recontaminate clean hands, undermining hand hygiene.

Guide to Evaluating UV Sanitization for Mobile Devices

Considering UV-C Light for Staff and Visitor Devices? Check out our white paper to learn what questions you should be asking and how to critically analyze solution features and efficacy claims.

Using UV Light to Protect Staff & Customers

A guide to evaluating the claims and capabilities of UV-C technology for businesses ranging from hospitality to corporate offices.

Contamination Risks from Portable Electronics in Food Processing

CleanSlate UV completed a first-of-its-kind case study analyzing bacteria on mobile devices, tools and equipment in food processing.

Case Studies

As a pioneer in device disinfection, our client outcomes speak for themselves. Check out our free case study materials to see CleanSlate’s real-world impact.

CleanCloud Case Study: Impact of Data Driven Hygiene Decisions

Commuters Feel Safer & More Comfortable with UV Light Sanitizer

NICU UV phone sanitizer

Facility-Led NICU Case Study: Impact of UV Sanitization

Full Facility Device Sanitizer Deployment Case Study

Efficacy Reports

All Efficacy Claims have been validated using a 3rd party EPA-Certified lab (Microchem Laboratories™) and were conducted using the ASTM E1153 standard.

Pre-cleaning of soiled devices is not required to achieve the efficacy rates. All testing includes bio burden.

CleanSlate UV Product Efficacy Report

Read our independent in-depth report on CleanSlate UV product efficacy.

SARS-CoV-2 Efficacy Report

Testing Supports CleanSlate UV Efficacy Against SARS-CoV-2 on non-porous surfaces in only 20 seconds.


There is a wide array of academic literature on the dangers that portable electronics and mobile phones pose. These are a few highlights.

Success Stories

“We’ve received overwhelmingly positive feedback on the cleanslate. It’s at the entrance so everyone MUST use it to come in but people go out and use it throughout the day as well because it is so simple and fast.”

– Ellen M, Associate Director of Operations Stony Brook Children’s Hospital

“When we were approached by the Limestone Labs team, our hospital saw immediate value in being able to clean portable electronics quicker and more effectively than our existing solutions.”

– Leslee Thompson, Former CEO Kingston General Hospital

“The CleanSlate is getting a workout in our unit… it has truly become integrated into our patient safety protocols. The families and staff LOVE it. Anything that helps keep our tiny miracles fighting another day, is such a blessing.”

– Stephanie P, NICU Manager, UPMC Pinnacle

“… thank you for working so hard to acquire a UV Sanitization machine for our us. Our team is loving it already, and we are already seeing an increase in efficiency when cleaning the iPads. Your work has made a huge difference, and we are so grateful.”

– Katie M., Ops Lead, Apple

“This solution has been wonderfully received. It is easy to use, and it has quickly become a part of our staff routine.”

– Denise Kearney, Infection Control Professional, Northumberland Hills Hospital

Frequently Asked

For many, the CleanSlate is the first UV device they’ve ever used, and often the first time they’ve ever killed bacteria on their phone or tablet with ultraviolet light. Check out our FAQ to better understand CleanSlate and UV light sanitization.

The CleanSlate has been validated by third party labs to achieve hospital-grade kills on a variety of pathogens. Exact kill rates depends on the selected pathogen. Please get in touch with our team or download our efficacy report for full details.

The CleanSlate should only be used to sanitize non-critical devices, equipment and personal items with hard, non-porous surfaces. It should not be used to disinfect fabrics (like clothing or shoes), food or wet items. It won’t damage fabrics but it will undermine effectiveness to the extent that we cannot guarantee our claimed efficacy rates. CleanSlate UV can quickly sanitize a wide range of devices and handheld items in just 20 seconds. See below for some of the most common uses: Cell phones, smart phones, tablets, ID badges, watches, walkie talkies, keys, mobile communication devices (Vocera badges, Ascom Myco, Spectralink phones, etc), barcode scanners.

UV-C cleans by ‘line of sight’ meaning that as long as the light can “see” the items, it can kill germs on them. So you can place as many objects as they’d like into the CleanSlate chamber as long as they allow for one inch between the items for the light to reach all corners. Items cannot be stacked on top of each other as this will block the light. As a rule of thumb the CleanSlate can disinfect 2-4 smartphones at once, 1 iPad or 6 Vocera communication devices Tray Size: Tray (interior): L 9.5” x W 12.7” x H 4.5”

The CleanSlate uses UV-C light (254nm) to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. The CleanSlate uses UV-C light to kill germs on items placed inside of the tray. It does so by using a unique chamber design capable of disinfecting 360 degrees of the device. UV-C light is normally blocked by the atmosphere, so it is deadly to superbug DNA. !

Germicidal UVC light will not penetrate through the soil or dirt, therefore it is highly recommended to clean or wipe down the devices to be sanitized before placing them in the CleanSlate. Cleaning is not sanitization and sanitization is NOT cleaning.

None, as the CleanSlate’s design ensures complete enclosure of the sanitization chamber that prevents users from being exposed to UV-C light.

The CleanSlate is classified as lab equipment and should not be used by those under 14.

A cycle is only 20 seconds long – just enough time to wash your hands!

Unlike harsh chemical wipes, UV light will not damage or corrode devices or touch screens. The only thing to look out for is that some yellowing may occur in white plastics over long periods of exposure, but unlike some chemical solutions, this will not impact functionality.

CleanSlate UV is designed to kill superbugs like MRSA and C. Difficile. These are some of the most dangerous pathogens found in hospitals, and are also some of the toughest to kill using UV light. The CleanSlate will kill over 99.999% of MRSA, 99.93% of C. Difficile spores, and more. Interested in more detailed kill efficacy data? Get in touch.

The CleanSlate can be placed in both staff-only locations as well as public-facing locations. A few examples of where CleanSlate UV has been deployed are: ORs, Neo-natal Intensive Care Units (NICUs), Intensive Care Units (ICUs), change rooms, staff lounges and hospital entranceways. If counter space is a concern, we offer both tabletop options as well as a stand option.

Arrange a Demo or Request More Info

If you have specific questions or inquiries on the science of UV, the need to clean portable electronics or anything else, please get in touch.

Arrange a Demo or Request More Info

If you have specific questions or inquiries on the science of UV, the need to clean portable electronics or anything else, please get in touch.