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TL;DR: Make sure your belongings are free of bacteria with the Sonic Dot Ultrasonic Cleaner for $119.99, a 28% savings as of April 16.
So you finally ventured to the grocery store to restock your pantry and refrigerator with something a little healthier than potato chips. Bravo! We are proud of you. But now comes the weird part: bringing potentially-contaminated produce into your home. Currently, there’s no evidence that the novel coronavirus can live on your fruits and veggies, but still, it’s better to be safe than sorry, don’t you think?
You can soak them in a vinegar solution or scrub them to remove any bacteria or viruses that might be living on their surface, but aren’t your hands cracked and dry enough? Give your skin a break and use this Sonic Dot Ultrasonic Cleaner instead.
Using ultrasonic technology with 50,000 vibrations per second, this quirky little cleaning robot gently cleans your produce at a microscopic level. It basically creates a ton of itty bitty bubbles that implode to create pressure and displace contaminants, effectively eliminating 99.9% of bacteria. Just place your fruits and veggies in a sink full of water (or an external bowl or container), plop the Sonic Dot in, turn it on, and you’re good to go.
Peep how it works below:
Beyond fruits and vegetables, the Sonic Dot can also clean jewelry, clothes, baby toys, personal hygiene tools, watches, hand-wash only fabrics, and practically anything else that can fit inside a container of water. It uses 40 times less water and 15 times less energy than standard washing machines, making it eco-friendly as well.
Usually $169, you can grab the Sonic Dot Ultra Cleaner on sale for just $119.99.