World’s Smallest Washing Machine

One of the constant battles every parent faces is how to protect their children from things that are dirty. I don’t just mean sucking mud and rocks, everything from sippy cups to rubber toys and bottles to stuffed animals, are all playgrounds for bacteria to grow. Somethings your children put in their mouths are easy to wash… other things, not so much. I have some great news for you. There is now a way to clean just about anything you can imagine, thanks to the ultra-sonic Sonic Soak.

Sonic Soak used ultra-sonic technology (high-frequency sound waves which are out of the range of human hearing) to clean deeper, save time, water and energy. Now you might be thinking, “I’ve seen ultrasonic cleaners  before, they are expensive and not very big and portable.” Trust me, you’ve never seen anything like this before. Unlike other ultrasonic cleaners, which have a metal container to put what you want cleaned inside, the Sonic Soak is a small, stainless steel, plug-shaped rod that you can put into any container you want! You are no longer limited by the size of the cleaner and because it is small and weighs less than a phone, you can take it with you anywhere you go, like your next glamping trip or family vacation! How cool is that? It cleans anything, anywhere, anytime. Not only that, but it uses only 10% the amount of water that traditional washing uses, and about 2% the amount of electricity. It will literally pay for itself. Oh, and did I mention that you can wash things with it that are hand wash and dry clean only?  Yeah, pretty much everything.
And, if you buy it soon, you can get saving between 40%-66% which means your Sonic Soak is that much closer to paying itself off. It really is an unbeatable deal and should become a standard part of every parent’s arsenal of tools.

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Disclaimer: I have teamed up with Sonic Soak in support of this campaign. We received compensation for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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