Sniper is Non-Corrosive to your devices
This coronavirus has us all scrambling to sanitize and disinfect our spaces. And not just the spaces, but high touch-point areas such as keyboards, electronics tools autos trucks, and so on that we come into direct contact with daily. When I was in a store recently and used the keypad while submitting payment, I noted that it was both sticky and crumbling. When I asked the store person about it, she replied that they are using bleach daily to disinfect that touchpad. I pointed out that the bleach – being corrosive – was eating away the plastic on the pad and it was falling apart, she just shrugged her shoulders (because really, what can she do?).
This is an important aspect of Sniper as a disinfectant – Sniper is non-corrosive. When spraying electronic equipment or your phone, it is really not smart to use something that is going to corrode that equipment. It is much smarter to find a product that won’t cause that harm. In addition to its other wonderful properties, Sniper is safe for hard and porous surfaces. You can rely on it to not cause harm to your touch screen, or your keyboard, or to any of the other devices or equipment you use.
The same is true for other equipment. I fielded a call from our local fitness center. They had been spraying their machines with some corrosive product and the rubber handles began corroding after only a few days. You can imagine how that would feel in your hands – a tacky, sticky, crumbling mess! And this after only a few days.
Be smart. Sniper doesn’t cause harm to most surfaces because it is non-corrosive. And because it is non-corrosive, it doesn’t cause harm to skin if you happen to get some on yourself. Find yourself a small spray bottle and carry it with you to disinfect surfaces you come in contact with when out in public. The 4 oz spray bottle is ideal for this!