Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray

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Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray is an antimicrobial spray that's purported to be able to kill up to 99.9 percent of potentially harmful microbes on a hard, porous surface, including molds and mildews. It's specified that it's also been deemed effective against SARS-CoV2, which causes COVID-19, by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Furthermore, this is a water-based, colorless solution, and it's been designed for use on various materials that you'd be able to safely add water to, such as wood, tile, and fabric.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray is $14.99 plus $5.99 shipping for a total price of $20.98.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Spray Onto Surface

    To begin using your Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray, you'll need to deliver a spray to the first surface of your choice, such as a countertop, a sink, or even a fabric face mask. For most cleaning jobs, you won't need more than one spray of the solution, although you may need a few for larger-than-average surface areas.

  2. Leave for About Three Minutes

    This disinfecting spray will take approximately three or four minutes to do its work, so after you've sprayed a surface, you should leave it alone for that period of time. While waiting, you can spray other nearby surfaces that you need to clean with the same solution.

  3. Wipe Original Surface Clean

    After three or four minutes have passed, the Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray will have seeped into the original surface you treated with it and killed harmful microbes there. Next, you'll need to grab a dry cloth or rag and wipe off any residue that the solution has left behind on that surface. While residue that's left behind won't cause any damage, wiping the surface clean will help you remove any stray bits of bacteria or viral matter that are still hanging around.


  • Generously Sized Spray Bottle

    This disinfectant will always come in a generously sized spray bottle that'll hold 22 fluid ounces of liquid when it's full. Due to the fact that the bottle will deliver sprays, you won't have to portion out a particular amount of the solution to use for yourself, as the bottle will do that for you. You also won't have to deal with pouring out the solution and potentially spilling (and perhaps wasting) it.

  • Water-Based Formula

    The Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray is a water-based formula, as opposed to being chemical-based, which means that it's safe to use around children, pets, and any other humans or animals. You can also safely use it around food, although you shouldn't apply it directly to any piece of food. Otherwise, when it comes to which materials to apply it to, if you can safely apply water to a particular material, you should be able to apply this solution to it without causing damage.

  • Biodegradable

    This particular solution is completely biodegradable, which means that it won't cause harm to the environment as it decomposes into smaller particles in any location. In fact, as it breaks down, its ingredients will rejoin the natural elements of the Earth. The only thing associated with this disinfectant that could cause environmental damage is the plastic spray bottle, but you might choose to keep your empty ones and refill them with another liquid—even water.

  • EPA Registered

    Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray is also registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency, which further points to its friendliness towards the environment. Plus, it meets the criteria this agency has set out when evaluating whether certain disinfectants can effectively fight against SARS-CoV-2.

  • Removes Odors

    Since most odors are caused by the presence of bacteria, this disinfecting spray is capable of removing a wide variety of odors from hard, porous surfaces, including the odor left behind by urine. As a result, aside from being much cleaner, your home may smell a lot nicer after you start using this spray regularly.

Positive Points

  • Can Use With Smart Shield

    While you can obtain a bottle of Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray on its own, you'll also have the option of getting the Smart Shield Surface Protectant along with it. This surface protectant comes in an almost identical bottle of the same size and creates a protective barrier on surfaces that can repel bacteria for up to a month. Like Smart Touch, it's EPA registered and water-based, so you won't need to worry about toxicity when you use the two solutions together.

  • No Gloves Required

    Given the fact that Smart Touch isn't toxic, it's not necessary that you wear gloves to protect your hands as you use it to clean surfaces in your home or elsewhere. The American Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) has deemed the solution unlikely to cause an allergic reaction, so it's also improbable that it'll ever give anyone a skin rash. If you decide to use Smart Touch and Smart Shield together, you still won't need a pair of gloves, due to the similarities between the two solutions.

  • Made in the USA

    Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray has been made in the United States, so you can use it with the knowledge that certain safety and labor standards have been followed throughout the process. You also won't have to be concerned about ingredients that Americans typically consider unsafe being slipped into the formula.

  • Withstands Multiple Washings

    When you treat a fabric item with this spray, such as a fabric face mask or a pair of gloves, the spray will remain on the item throughout up to several washings. This means that if you like to wash your reusable masks and gloves every day, you won't have to keep treating them with this disinfectant each day. The same goes for clothing that you may have worn out in public, in the midst of bacteria, viral matter, and other germs.

Critical Advice

Although this disinfectant isn't toxic, there's a chance that it could discolor some surfaces. Consequently, before you use it on a highly visible area of a certain object, such as the top of a piece of furniture, you should test it on a less visible area. If it doesn't discolor this less visible area after a few minutes' time, it should be safe to use on the rest of the object in question. It's important that you conduct this sort of test on fabrics, too, as opposed to just hard surfaces, if you don't want to take the chance that they'll become discolored.

Negative Points

  • Long Waiting Period

    If you're trying to get a cleaning and sanitizing job done quickly, this particular disinfectant may not satisfy you. It may be annoying to have to wait three or four minutes to wipe any surface that you've sprayed with it clean. However, if you don't wait, and you skip this wiping step, you won't be able to remove as much bacteria from your home.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Smart Touch Disinfectant Spray online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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