Using the Nanosilver in household environments
Colloidal Silver is well-known for its antimicrobial properties, which have been used for centuries to support the immune system and fight infections.
However, it may be the best all-natural, environmentally friendly household disinfectant that you can use for your entire family’s safety, health, and well-being.
With its antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties, Colloidal Silver can be used in a variety of ways to keep your home infection-free.
So, we made Nanosilver; a multi purpose sanitiser made of powerful silver ions which offer disinfecting and sanitizing capabilities through their antimicrobial, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties. When Nanosilver comes into contact with a virus, fungus, bacterium, or any other single celled pathogen, it disables the enzyme responsible for oxygen metabolism. Any bacteria, virus, or fungus-producing cell is effectively suffocated, and unable to replicate.
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To keep germs at bay, all you need is a quick spray of Nanosilver. Because it is 100% natural and contains no alcohol or any other chemicals, it will not dry out your skin or leave any unwanted residue.
Ideas on how to use Nanosilver around the house:
Apply Nanosilver to your skin
Nanosilver can be applied daily to the skin to help protect you from germs. Because it is non-stinging, it is ideal for use on children to provide protection. Allow to dry after spraying.
Apply Nanosilver in the bathroom
To disinfect toiletries, spray them with Nanosilver. Wipe down the toilet seat with a clean cloth and then spray Nanosilver. Remember to include the handle or flushing mechanism, as well as the doorknob.
Wall & ceiling mould
To drastically reduce mould growth, lightly spray Nanosilver on the walls and ceilings of your bathroom and other affected rooms.
Get into the corners between the walls and ceilings. Make sure these areas are well ventilated to allow Nanosilver to dry. If necessary, repeat weekly.
NANOSILVER Inside the kitchen
Kitchen towels and sponges can harbour a wide variety of bacteria. Sanitize them on a regular basis by lightly spraying them with Nanosilver and allowing them to dry. Spray on countertops daily.
Wipe out kitchen bins with a clean cloth and Nanosilver spray nz to prevent mould, decay, and odours.
Surfaces in and out of Home
Spray all of your home’s daily contact points, such as door knobs and handles, cupboards, and drawers. Spray or wipe down contact points in your vehicle, such as the steering wheel, gearstick, and dashboard.
Apply Nanosiler on Personal item
Spray Nanosilver on watch bands to kill bacteria. Sanitise toothbrushes, hairbrushes, and combs with it. Wipe down your phone, headphones, glasses, and remotes with a clean cloth and Nanosilver.
When going on shopping or traveling
Take a backpack spray with you when you go shopping or traveling to quickly and easily disinfect things like shopping trolleys, surfaces in hotel rooms, and planes.
nanosilver for Toys & children
Stuffed toys can be difficult to clean. Spraying children’s toys on a daily basis will help to reduce the spread of germs. Simply spray the item and let it air dry.
Nanosilver is unscented, tasteless, non-stinging, non-toxic, and has no known side effects when used as directed.
It’s a ‘must-have’ in your bathroom cabinet because it’s safe for the whole family, including pets, and can be used for a variety of purposes.
Nanosilver is designed and independently tested in New Zealand and manufactured in Shanghai, China, in a facility that is CE, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, and OHSAS 18001:2007 certified.
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Keep away from direct sunlight, refrigerators, magnetic fields, and electronic devices.
This is not a certified medical device but does provide additional protection. Nothing on this page should be construed as medical advice. Use only as directed.
The purpose of this product is not to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. All information provided is for educational purposes only and should not be used in place of a medical consultation. All readers are strongly advised to seek the advice of and work with an experienced healthcare practitioner.