Egret EO Blaster – Next Generation Cleaner & Deodorizer

China, Beijing, Beijing – 12-13-2019 ( — This is Eric from Egret Team

 Egret is fully funded in a day and now is over 350% funded on Kickstarter.That’s why I wanted to share with you Egret. The first cleaning device that kills bacteria, germs, virus and defeat odors in seconds. Patented technology. Egret is the patented new spray that kills germs and removes bad smells in your home in seconds. It’s 100% natural and non-toxic, using patented technology and the power of Electrolyzed water (EO water) to explode bacteria wherever it hides. Features:- Sterilization and Deodorization Technology: Egret can kill 99.9% bacteria and virus- Non-toxic solution: You just need salt and water to produce the non-toxic cleaning solution in Egret. It is 100% natural.- Air purification: Egret can remove bad odors and freshen up the air anywhere.- Pesticides removal ability: Egret can remove pesticides on fruit and vegetables- Safe to Kids and Pets: Safe to pet and baby since it is a non-toxic solution and will not cause harm and allergy to pets and kids- Save money and space: Egret can replace most of the cleaning agents and on average only costs US$ 0.1 per day.  Egret is currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter starting at $99. Each backer will receive the Egret, Type-C Cable and a measuring spoon. The campaign reaches the goal within a day. Thank you so much for your time. I would be happy to send over more information or connect you with the team at Egret if you are interested in sharing this story with your audience.

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