Whether you are a hygiene freak, or a homeowner who has a home that has no place for a washing machine, or someone who travels a lot, the Sonic Soak is for you. So, what exactly is a Sonic Soak? Well, Sonic Soak is an Ultrasonic Cleaning Tool. It is a cleaning tool that cleans just about anything that can be submerged in water, including your fingers, killing microscopic nasties in process. It works at the microscopic level to clean areas where no sponges could go.

“Sonic Soak generates modulated ultrasonic waves that travel through the water to clean at the microscopic level. So you can “wave” goodbye to dirty and say hello to a genuinely clean load of laundry.”

Sonic Soak Ultrasonic Cleaning Tool

Now you see why it is also a ‘washing machine’? Beyond garments, you can use it to clean utensils, toys (as long they can be dipped into water), watches, and even fruits and vegetables. Basically, as mentioned earlier, it cleans just about anything as long as the items can go into the water. All you need is a wall outlet, a water containment (sink, bucket or whatever) and if required, cleaning agent, and you are all set to let it do its thing as you go about your other businesses. Perfect for travelers who find the need to do laundry without queuing for public coin-operated washing machine with god-knows-whats-are-in-them and hygiene freaks alike.

With so many compelling benefits (including ridding of nasties that we can’t see with our naked eyes), it is not surprise this little gadget had raised nearly $3 million on Indiegogo back in December 2017. Sonic Soak was sold on Indiegogo for a discounted $150 a pop, but fret not because, Sonic Soak is still going at that same attractive sticker, plus if you use the link here, you’d get another 5 percent off that amount. So, what better time to bag yourself a handy cleaning tool that cleans just about anything then now, right? Meanwhile, you can learn more in the video below.

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All images courtesy of Sonic Soak.

Published by Mike chua

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

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