Püre, a sterilizing product manufacturer, has created a new hygiene and sanitation range that uses UV light to help consumers disinfect clothes, killing 99.9 percent of pathogens while leaving store tags intact.

Due to the high risk of cross-contamination from store dressing rooms, the latest PüreCouture system is designed to sanitize garments between fittings.

The 3.5 sq ft unit provides a variety of cycle solutions including fast sanitizing to complete a cycle in two minutes for small objects and can accommodate up to 20 clothes with the combination of hanging and rack space.

PüreCouture offers companies with a new approach to guarantee staff and consumer health while following exceptional customer service practices. We see this as a new technology for urgent demands, as well as a long-term solution to dry cleaning and manual inventory sterilization, as said byPüre’s President and CEO, Micaela Johnston.

Using UV-C light, vibration, and gentle steam in place of chemical treatments, it’s also available for customer usage, offering options for care and maintenance of clothing, textiles, and other garments.

Püre claims the process is suitable for delicate materials like silk, cashmere, and wool with delicate colour, brightness, and maintenance.