Nano Blast is a cleaner and sanitizer that will protect both hard and soft surfaces from germs for five days. Once you've applied it, an invisible protective coating that repels both germs and dirt will form on any hard surface. The spray-on solution is useful in every room of the home, including the kitchen and bathroom. However, it can also be used in vehicles, on a boat, on phone and tablet screens, or even in a hotel room.
The cost of Nano Blast is $19.99 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Nano Blast by paying an extra fee of $7.95 for a total price of $35.89.
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After you spray Nano Blast on a surface, it immediately works to eliminate germs, but also leaves a thin coating behind. For five whole days, this coating will blast away any germs that happen to land on the treated surface. Plus, if any smudges end up on a hard surface, or anything is spilled on it, the coating will ensure that the dirt won't sink into the surface and become nearly impossible to clean off.
Nano Blast comes in a spray bottle, so you won't need to touch the solution with your hands, nor will you need to guess how much to dump out of a standard bottle. Each bottle contains 250 ML of Nano Blast, which means that each one is just a bit smaller than a standard shampoo bottle, so you'll get more than a few uses out of yours.
Some cleaning solutions give off a harsh, foul-smelling chemical odor, or a strong artificial fragrance, but this particular one gives off neither, so you won't need to consider holding your nose as you use it.
Germs are often transmitted when many people in a household, workplace or classroom touch the same things, such as door handles and light switches, and of course, germs frequently lead to sickness. Fortunately, when you use Nano Blast in a certain area, it'll get rid of virtually all of the germs hanging around, so sickness won't be as much of a problem.
While some cleaners are designed to treat only hard surfaces, this one works to repel germs found on soft objects, such as towels, washcloths, dishcloths, and sponges, too. Since objects such as these often come in contact with the skin or household dirt, they're a great breeding ground for germs, so treating them with this sanitizer could be highly beneficial.
If you have stainless steel appliances, you may find that these get covered in fingerprints easily, but if you use Nano Blast, its protective coating will repel dirt from the fingers. It'll do the same on cell phone and tablet screens, two areas that are very frequently touched by a person's hands.
Whether you're travelling by car, boat, plane, train, or RV, you'll likely find something that'll benefit from being treated with this cleaning solution. If your transportation is public, and you don't want to pick up any germs from the person who sat in your seat before you, you may want to give it a spray. You can also spray the furniture in your hotel room—a once-over by a maid doesn't always result in perfect cleanliness.
When using Nano Blast to clean and sanitize digital devices, make sure you're not spraying it anyplace where it could leak into your device, as that might interfere with the device's functioning. In these cases, it would be a good idea to spray a cloth and wipe the device instead of spraying the device directly.
Due to the fact that the effects of Nano Blast will last for five days, you won't need to invest in a replacement bottle as often as you would with many standard cleaning solutions.
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Don't waste your money. This product just damages the surfaces where you use it. Terrible experience!
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