This Disinfectant Spray Can Do It All to Keep Your Home Safe and Clean

As we now reach our sixth month of self-quarantine, there truly is no room for us to be complacent. Though we may feel safe and secure in our homes, it’s always better to take extra precautions in ensuring that everything we touch is clean and properly disinfected.

Thankfully, I found an all-in-one product that can do the job hassle-free!

Roshar’s Reusable Sterilizer is a multi-purpose tool that can clean any surface, purify and deodorize the air, sterilize items, and protect you from germs and pesticides.

This amazingly versatile spray is centered around a technology that creates electrolyzed water, or EO water, which is when electricity passes through a simple mixture of tap water and table salt to exterminate bacteria and viruses that it comes into contact with. All you have to do is set it aside for six minutes before using it, and it’s good to go!

This EO water-based technology is what makes Roshar an environment-friendly and cost-efficient alternative to traditional cleaning products in the market.

What’s also great about it is that it’s natural and non-toxic, so depending on the amount of salt you put into the mixture, it can be used safely on the skin and even to effectively sanitize fruits, vegetables, and baby items.

The portability of it is also a huge plus; you can take it anywhere around the house or to the office to ensure that every nook and cranny is spic-and-span. And, if you’ve got a sensitive nose like me, it can purify the air of allergens and odors pretty well.

This is one tool that I’m never leaving my workspace without!

You can purchase Roshar’s Reusable Sterilizer through its official Facebook page.

What awesome home sterilizers have you tried? Let us know in the comments!

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