O3waterworks, The Ultimate Tidy Travel Buddy

O3waterworks, The Ultimate Tidy Travel Buddy



Hitting that old dusty road to see family this holiday season? When you travel with O3waterworks Sanitizing Spray Bottle you keep the grime and grit where they belong, in your tracks. Whether you’re back in your childhood bedroom that’s been converted into a cat cave or hiding out at a hotel, when you bring your Sanitizing Spray Bottle you’ll have that eco-friendly, odor busting, bacteria killing clean you’re accustomed to at home.


Don’t Leave Your Bottle in the North Pole


If your family is flying internationally this December, don’t leave your Sanitizing Spray Bottle “home alone”. O3waterworks has developed a sanitizing solution that combines your tap water, no matter your zip code, with Ozone. Ozone (O3) is created when three loosely bound oxygen atoms combine and release an oxygen ion that kills 99.9% of the most common germs and bacteria* in 30 seconds. All that’s left after you spray is pure water. Was your luggage lost and found three days later looking like it’s been riding in the back of a semi truck with John Candy? Spray it down before you rummage through your clothes for that ugly Christmas sweater Aunt Judy made you last year. 


Holiday Trip Tips


When you pack your Sanitizing Spray Bottle:

  • Spray your bags and your room with a fragrance-free, odor-eliminating sanitizing solution that will keep you healthy and safe so you can spend more time with the people you love.
  • You’ll be your Mom’s favorite child once and for all when you help her clean up those cookie crumbs and all that soot Santa left behind. Mist and wipe or spritz and walk away, it doesn’t matter, you’ll be giving the gift of a chemical free cleanse.
  • Feeling that airport ick? When you get to your destination, spray down everything in sight from your bag to the nightstand to kill unwanted pathogen passengers you might have taken with you.

*Common bacteria tested: E. Coli, Staphylococcus aureus (Staph a. or S.aureus) Salmonella, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Enterobacter aerogenes

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