Review: Raze Home Hygiene Spray - Liv

The Buzz: With all the COVID-19 panic of the past month, everyone is looking for the next big thing in home hygiene, and Raze Technologies, a Hong Kong-based tech startup, is here to deliver with their self-sanitising surface cleaner. 

The Product: Forget hosing your house down with chemicals all day long; this gentle spray formula creates a self-sanitising film on all kinds of surfaces, from phones to countertops to yoga mats, giving you peace of mind and saving you from having to conduct daily wipe-downs. The spray uses photocatalyst technology, commonly found in water purification systems, to neutralise contaminants such as bacteria, viruses and VOCs, decomposing them into harmless carbon dioxide molecules. The spray is safe, sustainable and non-toxic, making it a great choice for your home.

The Verdict: We are obsessed! We started by sanitising our phone. After a quick clean and dry, we sprayed Raze over it and left it to dry for around 30 minutes. The spray is barely discernible and will remain effective for around three months. Emboldened, we moved onto our laptop keyboard, our kitchen and bathroom surfaces, shoes, door handles and even baby toys. Check out the rest of the range online – there are special products for mold and mildew, wood, leather and ceramic. 

Cost: $150 from nanoraze.com

In collaboration with Raze Technologies