Florida-Based Opticwash Creates Timely Solution for Sanitizing On-the-Go

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Airports are finding innovative ways to protect their fliers with the help of this multifunctional cleaning station.

Optic Wash kills bacteria, viruses, and pathogens.

“With everything going on right now, many are fearful of flying,” said Opticwash CEO Bryan Myers. “Not everyone has the luxury of staying at home. Some have to travel for business or help with loved ones, and our airports are doing their best to ease their fears.”

Meet Opticwash--the world’s first automated eyewear cleaning kiosk to hit the airways.

Opticwash has made the leap from eye doctor offices to JFK, Bradley International, and more as airports look for safe and easy ways to bring their fliers a little peace of mind.

“With everything going on right now, many are fearful of flying,” said Opticwash CEO Bryan Myers. “Not everyone has the luxury of staying at home. Some have to travel for business or help with loved ones, and our airports are doing their best to ease their fears.”

This freestanding, self-service machine looks a little like a water bottle filling station. However, instead of putting your bottle in, you can insert your smudged glasses, dirty car keys, phones, and more for a quick sanitize and shiny clean look.

Opticwash is an eco-friendly and effective option that uses ultraviolet light to kill bacteria, viruses, and pathogens, while making items look as good as new.

Opticwash Highlights:
Kills 99% of all bacteria
Kills 99.9% of pathogens, viruses, and molds
Removes fingerprint smudges, oily residue, makeup, and dust
Uses ultraviolet germicidal irradiation and pure reverse osmosis water to clean and disinfect
No use of chemicals or heat
Takes less that 2 minutes
Guaranteed to not harm your items
Can be used on eyewear, jewelry, water-resistant phones, and small items

So far, Opticwash has been adopted in JFK, Indianapolis International, Bradley International, Myrtle Beach International, and Asheville Regional airports with more to come.

For more information, Leah@teamchicexecs.com

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Opticwash is the world’s first automated kiosk dedicated to cleaning and sanitizing our most commonly used and germ-infested items. They can be found in eye doctor offices across the country as well as a growing number of airports. Opticwash stations are designed, built, assembled, and serviced in the USA.

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