Sanitize Your Home Chemical Free w/ Coral UV’s 3-in-1 Home Sanitizer

I am preparing to have a brand new baby here in just a few days! I am definitely a “clean freak” by nature. I enjoy cleaning, I enjoy sanitizing, and I especially love finding chemical-free ways to do it. There are a few things around the home that can be tricky to sanitize. I forgot what a pain breast pump accessories are to clean, and all the tiny little baby knick-knacks like pacifiers, bottle pieces, or toys. Coral UV‘s 3-in-1 Home Sanitizer has been such a dream product in helping me sanitize, dry, and clean so many things throughout my home. I have been using it to major prep for baby but it can be used for so many things around the home.

Coral UV’s 3-in-1 sanitizer is so super easy to use and uses zero chemicals, water, or heat! It kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria and viruses in just 10 minutes! It is so nice to have the peace of mind that I don’t have to rewipe anything down or worry about chemical residue that might have been left behind from a harsh cleaning product. The UV-C sanitizer uses high energy, artificial UV-C rays that break down the DNA of bacteria and other germs. Because it uses lights to sanitize it is a perfect chemical-free solution making it awesome to clean all those tricky things around your house. I have been using it to get ready for baby, but we have also sanitized keys, cell phones, small stuffed animals, makeup brushes, remotes, or my kid’s little water bottle pieces.

The Coral UV 3-in-1 will not damage materials over time like steam sanitizers. It also only takes 10 minutes to sanitize with the “sterilize only” function! In 10 minutes and you can feel confident that your items have been sanitized. For my breast pump accessories, baby bottles, and other items that I have first washed the UV-C sanitizer also has a drying function. I push “sterilize and dry” that can be set for 40, 50, 60, or 70 minutes. The first 10 minutes sanitize and the rest of the time you can customize for drying depending on how wet your items are.

Once my baby arrives the UV-C sanitizer has a function that allows for “24 hr storage” sanitizing. This will be perfect for keeping bottles, bottle nipples, and pacifiers sanitized with basically no effort on my part. There is also a “dry only” function if you just need to quickly dry wet items without sanitizing. I was so impressed with how user-friendly the Coral UV 3-in-1 is. It is seriously so easy to use and clean! I have just wiped down the inside with a microfiber cloth. It requires basically no maintenance and comes with bulbs and filters to replace every few months depending on how frequently you use the machine. It is also so compact, and a little smaller than my instant pot for comparison making it easy to store.

I have absolutely loved this sanitizer! I keep finding more and more things for it to sanitize and cannot say enough good things about it. Every home needs one of these to help sanitize all the trickier things around the home to clean and sanitize. You can find the Coral UV 3-in-1 on the Coral UV website and on Amazon.

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About Megan

Megan loves being a stay at home mom to a busy boy Hayden (10) and sweet girl Halli (6). She has been happily married to her ridiculously good looking husband for 11 years. She also enjoys blogging, trying new recipes to cook or bake, girls nights, fashion, and reading. You can also find her on twitter and instagram @fourheartsproject


  1. NANCY says

    I would sanitize my makeup brushes & kitchen utensils.

  2. bn100 says

    make-up brushes

  3. Derrick Johnson says

    If I win this I would use this for all my Dad’s diabetic equipment and his hearing aids.

  4. Rajee Pandi says

    makeup brushes and masks

  5. Edye says

    makeup brushes for sure!!!

  6. kathy Persons says

    toothbrushes and combs

  7. Kelly D says

    I would use this to clean my cell, sunglasses, keys and anything else I leave the house with.

  8. Lisa says

    This would be great for toys and brushes.

  9. Robert Young says

    House and Car keys, Cell phone

  10. Bryan Vice says

    I would love one we’ve been positive with Covid for a week now and would love to be able to sanitize our home

  11. monique s says

    I would sterilize glassware

  12. Elizabeth C. says

    I would use it for Keys, toys & many other items!

  13. Kayla Klontz says

    I would do my masks, glasses, and even toys in this.

  14. Donna L says

    I would give this to my daughter who is 9 months pregnant. She would use it to sanitize baby bottles, binkys and other baby items.

  15. Laurie Nykaza says

    It would be so great to use now for our keys, credit cards, phones, masks I would use it everyday.

  16. harolde says

    Keys, and masks!

  17. Richard Hicks says

    I would use for phone, keys, masks etc.

  18. Nanette Olson says

    I would sanitize my brushes.

  19. Em Mahr says

    I’d lik to santize keys, phones, kids dishes, credit cards, etc.

  20. Fredrick Pauly says

    The kitchen counters and table

  21. Ann Fantom says

    I would sterilize masks, keys and any items that are touched by others who may be sick.

  22. Jack B says

    Sippy cups and lids are what I’d probably sanitize the most.

  23. Debra Sluis says

    Masks! the bottle brushes, the resuable plastic straws we all have with our travel mugs, toothbrushes, you just know you would think of more and more…

  24. Elle says

    I would sterilize a lot of things like keys, makeup brushes, phone, remote, etc,,

  25. Molly says

    The question is more like what wouldn’t I sterilize!

  26. Carolyn Daley says

    I would sterile my sunglasses, keys, and hair brush.

  27. Julie says

    Definitely cosmetic items!

  28. carol clark says

    anything and everything be great for bottles lids and small things

  29. Ashley c says

    I would love to sanitize makeup brushes and skin care tools

  30. Mindy DeLisi says

    My computer mouse, phone

  31. cell, tablets, toothbrushes

  32. Heather Dawn says

    Anything that could fit in there, that I use frequently. Keys, face mask, makeup brushes, and small parts to sippy cups.

  33. Donna Clifford says


  34. Linda says

    I would use it for keys and my phone the most.

  35. al says

    drinking glasses

  36. Tom Bellamy says

    Masks and toothbrushes.

  37. Mark Marville says

    My bite grinding guard!

  38. Ginny says

    Would be great for masks, keys, phone, love the idea of make up brushes.

  39. Breanne says

    I would sanitize our cell phones.

  40. Dana Scott says

    You could pretty much sanitize anything, probably my beauty products right now

  41. Jane McGregor says

    My phone!

  42. shawna says

    I would do makeup brushes and cell phones first.

  43. Shirley Emitt says

    I would use it to sanitize baby bottles.

  44. Wendy Browne says

    I would give to my husband to keep pens in at his work where customers use them. Yuck.

  45. Heather Kaufman says

    I would sanitize make up brushes.

  46. Audrey Stewart says

    Everything that I feel has a lot of germs.

  47. Barb G says

    Cell phones, keys, v remote

  48. Paul K says

    tooth brush and cell phone

  49. Ed says


  50. DanV says

    I would sterilize kid stuff.

  51. Brandon Sparks says

    kitchen utensils for sure..

  52. Candie L says

    I would do the silverware and other small items. Thank you

  53. Jerry Marquardt says

    I would start out with the phone first and foremost and go from there.

  54. Julieh says

    I would sanitizer utensils and keys.

  55. Philip Lawrence says

    I would sanitize my can toppers.

  56. Cassandra D says

    I would say toothbrushes.

  57. Connie Tucker says

    I would sterilize our phones, keys & masks with the Coral UV’s 3-in-1 Home Sanitizer?

  58. Karyn Koehler says

    I would use this for my new baby nephews bottles and toys

  59. Janine Hwang says

    My cell

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