Did the pandemic alerted you to the reality that bacteria, germs and viruses are lurking everywhere, even in your home? If so, perhaps it is time to bust out some cleaning products to exterminate these unseen enemies.

Instead of buying a bunch of cleaning products, perhaps you want to look at Egret Non-toxic Sterilization and Disinfectant. Egret is a spray-on device that promised to kill 99.95 percent of all germs, bacteria and even viruses.

Egret Non-toxic Sterilization and Disinfectant

Egret does so without using toxic chemicals. All it needs are water from your faucet and salt, and in 60 seconds, the device’s integrated electrolyzer turn that seemingly regular mixture into Neutral Electrolyzed Water or EO water that will get rid of the nasty unseen enemies.

Egret Lab claims that Egret will get rid of Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs), which includes gases and toxins from everyday products like furniture and toys, as well as PM2.5 particles that are in the air.

It features a fully-automatic spraying mechanism to emit fine spray to reach even the most hard-to-reach areas.

In addition to being non-toxic, it is one solution for all manner of disinfecting – even for fruits and vegetables. So, in fact, you’d be doing the Earth a favor by not buying any more cleaning products and disposing the containers after using up the contents.

Egret Non-toxic Sterilization and Disinfectant

How effective Egret Non-toxic Sterilization and Disinfectant is, is up for debate. After all, we are not able to see these harmful nasties to tell if it actually works as intended. But according to science, EO water works.

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On that note, I will leave it to you to be the judge. You can learn the ‘magic’ of this wonder cleaning product over at its Indiegogo InDemand page and if you believe Egret is for you, you can pre-order a unit for $117 or more.

Images: Egret Lab.

Published by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.