Sonic Soak Review

Sonic Soak is a device that can be used to clean laundry, jewelry, produce and more. It works by generating modulated, ultrasonic waves that travel through water to disintegrate dirt and bacteria at a microscopic level. It’s cutting edge and perfect for home or travel use. Sonic Soak is one of the most compact washing devices available. It weighs only 4 ounces so it can be easily packed inside a suitcase, purse, or briefcase for easy portability. I’m beyond intrigued by it and wanted to share a Sonic Soak Review.

Sonic Soak Review

Sonic Soak Review

What makes Sonic Soak so interesting to me? Sonic Soak is the newest evolution in washing technology that utilizes ultrasonic technology to result in a deeper clean, saved time, water and energy, all in a compact package that can be taken anywhere. The Sonic Soak team aims to create the best washing device on the market that everyone can benefit from.

Sonic Soak Review

Sonic Soak Review

Sonic Soak is significantly more gentle than the conventional washing machine and even traditional hand washing, while still being able to wash things like produce, jewelry, and glasses much more effectively by creating high pressure bubbles that eliminate dirt, oils, and grime.

Sonic Soak Review

“There have been attempts to utilize ultrasonic technology in the past, but no other device has
come close to the technology that Sonic Soak has to offer,” said Glen Gunawan, founder of Sonic Soak. “Unlike other variations of this product, we have done extensive research to ensure that Sonic Soak would have the strongest and most advanced ultrasonic generator in its class, a piece of technology previously unavailable. We are promising to deliver the most effective and potent ultrasonic cleaning device ever made available for the consumer market.”

Sonic Soak Review

Not only will Sonic Soak achieve a wash that is not attainable by any other conventional cleaning method, the device consumes less than 10 percent of the energy consumption and uses less than 2 percent of the water consumption of a conventional washing machine.

Sonic Soak Review – Size

Sonic Soak measures 2.75” by 2.75”, smaller the palm of your hand, and is currently available exclusively on Indiegogo.

Sonic Soak Review

Sonic Soak Review

Sonic Soak Review

Does it really work?
Yes, it really does. Ultrasonic technology has been used for years in medical and industrial applications and has proven to provide unparalleled cleaning results. We’ve harnessed this technology and compacted it into this sleek package using a stainless steel exterior to ensure that the Sonic Soak does what it promises. Not to mention, in addition to lab testing, we’ve meticulously tested the Sonic Soak on our own clothes, accessories and even ourselves.

When was the last time you cleaned your razor, toothbrush, or powder brush? Because of their direct contact with the human body and lack of maintenance, medical experts say that personal hygiene tools are the single most significant vector of infection and disease in the household.

Sonic Soak Review

No more pulling out your cleaning toothbrush or sponge and trying to get at every nook and cranny – just drop in baby nipples, bottles, and toys in with a Sonic Soak and let it do all the work!

I also love how easy it is when you travel! When traveling, imagine having an unlimited supply of clothing, but just carrying a single bag. This is only made possible by Sonic Soak. Go ahead, soil your best hand-wash only shirt on the first day of your trip. Sonic Soak will come to the rescue. No need to call laundry service – let Sonic Soak do the rest, and you’ll have a brand new shirt in minutes.

Sonic Soak Review

I’m all about sharing new and exciting things on the blog, I hope this Sonic Soak Review peaks your interest and makes you want to check out the different kinds of exciting technology that is out there!

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Sonic Soak Review was last modified: March 12th, 2019 by Audrey McClelland
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