It’s safe to say that you probably like to keep your stuff clean—from your laundry and bedsheets to your food and even your beloved gadgets. But it’s also safe to say that keeping all of these things spotless all the time can seem like an endless chore.
This Sonic Soak Ultrasonic Cleaner lets you clean your laundry, jewelry, gadgets and even food like never before, and it’s available for 45% off at just $135.99.
With 50W of power and 50,000 ultrasonic vibrations per second, this super-portable cleaner cleans deeper and more efficiently than anything else.
You’ll be able to save time, water and energy thanks to an incredibly powerful and efficient cleaning process that’s also perfect for washing delicates such as silk, cashmere, and lingerie.
You’ll even be able to toss it in your bag and take it with you on the go thanks to its lightweight and portable design, and your order comes with a sleek carrying case for added convenience.
Use up to 40-times less water and 15-times less energy while treating your belongings to an unprecedented level of cleanliness with a Sonic Soak Ultrasonic Cleaner for just $135.99—45% off its usual price for a limited time.
Prices are subject to change.
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