Medical Features 9 tools for keeping your office clean The office is a hotbed for germs. Protect yourself at your nine-to-five gig by keeping your workspace clean with these nine products. By Holly Gambrell January 10, 2019 World’s Smallest Vacuum, $15; Urban Outfitters The world's smallest vacuum will suck up the tiniest pieces of dust around your desk and in your keyboard. WSTA Air Purifier with True Hepa Filter, $39.99; WSTA Get rid of 99.97 percent of common allergy trigger like dust mites, pollen, mold and pet dander with the WSTA Air Purifer. Kleenex Anti-Viral Tissues, $1.99-$2.09; Kleenex Stop the spread of germs by using Kleenex's anti-viral tissues. The tissues have three soft layers that kill 99.9 percent of cold and flu viruses in the tissue within 15 minutes. Microwave Plate Cover, $9.99; Elifana When's the last time your office's communal microwave was cleaned? Protect your food from germs with this microwave plate cover that includes a magnetic hover function. Brita Premium Filtering Water Bottle Hard Sided Plastic, $24.99; Brita Brita's filtered water bottles are now made with hard-sided plastic, ensuring they'll survive drops and bumps. Filter the chlorine and common contaminants out of your office's tap water with these bottles. Keurig Rinse Pods, $5.99; Keurig Many offices use Keurig machines for workers to get their caffeine fixes. But they don't always get cleaned properly. Consider the Keurig Rinse Pods, which also help to reduce flavor carry-over between brews. Kensington USB Washable Keyboard, $24.44; Kensington Your keyboard is one of the germiest objects your hands touch at the office. Upgrade to a washable keyboard with anti-microbial protection. Arm & Hammer Fridge Fresh Refrigerator Air Filter, $3.99; Arm & Hammer Eliminate that smell from your coworker's fishy lunch with the help of Arm & Hammer's fridge air filter. It'll help keep everyone's lunches taste fresh. Clorox Disenfecting Wipes, $4.99; Clorox This one may seem obvious, but Clorox Disinfecting Wipes deserve a spot on this list simply because they can be used everywhere in the office and kill viruses and bacteria that cause staph, E. coli, salmonella, strep and the flu.