UV Ultra Vac Review And Commercial


The Product: UV Ultra Vac

The Claim: The ultra efficient way to remove bugs & bacteria from your house.

The Price: 30 Day In-Home Trial for just $14.95 + $19.95 P&H, then three monthly payments of $33.33

ASOTV Blog Rating: N/A

Bed bugs have been making an alarming resurgence in recent years. Anyone who travels or accepts guests at their home is at risk. But how can you protect yourself and loved ones without having to bother with all those dangerous and harmful pesticides? One method to consider is the UV Ultra Vac.

The Ultra Vac uses Ultraviolet light, which generates special UV rays which are proven to damage dust mite and bed bug DNA and reduce infestations by more than 90%. Once dead, they are easily sucked-up, along with their waste, by the vacuum. The Ultra Vac also has a built-in HEPA filter, which removes 99.9% of allergens from the air, making your home safe and secure from infestation.

We were unable to personally test the UV Ultra Vac as we do not have bed bugs in our home. However, based on the many positive customer reviews, I feel this product is worth the $14.95 trial to see if it works for you.


What are YOUR thoughts about the UV Ultra Vac? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

Posted in As Seen On TV Reviews, Commercials, Frontpage
4 comments on “UV Ultra Vac Review And Commercial
  1. Oscrawrr says:

    i am horrified of my bed now

  2. KimberlyTampusari says:

    Bordddded

  3. Makron5 says:

    what if damaging their DNA alters it to create a super mite that can grow to up to 10 feet and then it goes around consuming people and breeding hundreds. WHAT THEN UV ULTRA VAC?! YOU HAVE DOOMED US ALL WITH YOUR INVENTION YOU FOOL!

  4. maryam960 says:

    id better sleep on the floor instead

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