Introducing The World’s Smallest Cleaning Device – Sonic Soak

By Shannon Gurnee
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March 20, 2019

On Redhead Mom, we’ve discovered the world’s smallest cleaning device and are sharing it
with you as part of a sponsored post with Sonic Soak. 

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In our home, we love having smart devices. Having a “smart home” definitely makes life a lot easier! I discovered the world’s smallest cleaning tool called the Sonic Soak and it looks pretty dang cool! Sonic Soak is a revolutionary ultrasonic cleaning tool that’s raised over $2.6M on crowdfunding. With this tool, you can utilize the power of ultrasonic cleaning to clean at the microscopic level like never before. You can use it to clean laundry, produce, accessories, or anything else in your house – all you need is water and a Sonic Soak.

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So how does it work? Sonic Soak generates modulated ultrasonic waves that travel through the water to clean at the microscopic level. So you can “wave” goodbye to dirty and say hello to a genuinely clean load of laundry. The gentle cleaning from Sonic Soak is perfect for delicates, hand wash only items and hard-to-clean items that can’t stand the ferocity of the washing machine.

Tens of thousands of units shipped to happy customers around the globe. After raising nearly $3 million of its original $10,000 goal on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo and raising ¥118M on Makuake in Japan (2nd most funded crowdfunding campaign in Japanese history), Sonic Soak’s pre-order phase has finished and it is now available for purchase HERE.

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Sonic Soak’s unprecedented success on Indiegogo spurred additional rounds of pre-orders and a manufacturing push to satisfy the unexpected demand. Glen Gunawan, founder of Sonic Soak, commented in a recent interview, “After such an incredible response from our backers and influencers on the web, we wanted to launch the Sonic Soak the right way—by ensuring availability to everyone who helped us make this happen. We’re excited to announce that we are finally ready to fulfill our promise to our backers by shipping Sonic Soak worldwide.” Sonic Soak is available to order now at  for a special launch price.

Sonic Soak is a state-of-the-art device that uses ultrasonic waves for hands-free cleaning. While ultrasonic technology has been used in the past, nothing has come close to the power of Sonic Soak’s 50W generator, which cleans and kills bacteria — much more than conventional washing. I would love to try using it to clean my makeup brushes and toothbrushes as well!

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Perfect for travelers, Sonic Soak is smaller than an iPhone and weighs less too. Simply place it into a basin of water with whatever needs cleaning and turn it on. 50,000 ultrasonic vibrations per second clean deep and fast while using much less water and energy than a washing machine. Ultrasonic waves have the benefit of cleaning down to a microscopic level, meaning there’s no stain, odor, or scuff that Sonic Soak can’t eliminate.

Perfect for use with extra delicate clothing, family heirlooms, food, personal hygiene accessories, tableware and much more, Sonic Soak allows for the cleaning of what once seemed permanently stained at the push of a button—no scrubbing required. As its ultrasonic waves resonate at a higher frequency than the human ear can detect, Sonic Soak is also completely

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About Sonic Soak

Sonic Soak was founded by a team of engineers and innovators seeking to solve the world’s most common problems in a more efficient and eco-friendly way. Sonic Soak’s ultrasonic soaking technology was developed to clean deeper and use 40x less water than common cleaning devices. After months of research and development and the collaboration of engineers from around the globe, the Sonic Soak prototype was introduced on Indiegogo. And thanks to the generosity of backers, Sonic Soak is now shipping worldwide. For more information, visit

What would you use Sonic Soak to clean?


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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

19 Responses to “Introducing The World’s Smallest Cleaning Device – Sonic Soak”

  1. Candy says:

    I haven’t heard of this before but sounds very interesting. Tons of uses I could think of to use it for

  2. This is such a cool, innovative product! I had a similar ultrasonic toothbrush cleaner and loved it, but this has a much more diverse set of cleaning uses.

  3. I think I would use it mostly in the bathroom. For my toothbrush, makeup brushes and sponges and washcloths.

  4. Amber Myers says:

    This is awesome! I heard about it a while back and need to pick one up. It would come in handy for sure!

  5. Pam says:

    I have never heard of this before. I like that it is fairly eco friendly.

  6. Catalina says:

    This device is so cool. I should find more about it. I sounds really useful.

  7. I tend to wash everything together ut of convenience but there are many delicate items that need special care. I love the idea that it kills off bacteria which can be on items.

  8. Sarah Bailey says:

    I haven’t heard of anything quite like this before, but it sounds like it is a really interesting cleaning device. I could definitely think about getting one to help around the home myself.

  9. Heather says:

    We don’t use the water out of the sink in pure fear of what is inside of it. I wonder if something like this would work.

  10. Danielle Fox says:

    This is so revolutionary. I love how easy it seems to use and to travel with

  11. Rachel says:

    Wow this looks pretty cool. I would use it to clean so many things.

  12. Ruth I says:

    This looks really cool! There are lots of places I will be needing this! Laundry and baby items!

  13. Lynndee says:

    Oh, wow! What a cool tool for the home. I could certainly use one. Going to add that to my wishlist.

  14. Beth says:

    I’d like to see this in action, but it sounds like it would be really useful. I wonder if it would work on old stains too.

  15. rika says:

    Sounds like a cool smart device. I think it can be really useful. I will check it out.

  16. Ricci says:

    Now this sounds like something I need to look into ASAP! I believe in the power of sonic cleansing and this looks like an amazing device!

  17. How have I never heard of this before. Very interesting. I guess I did not understand how powerful and resource saving sonic cleaning is.

  18. Sonic Soaked says:

    People should read comments from the victims of Sonic Soak’s ripoff campaign. There are literally thousands of complaints on the campaign page of backers not receiving the product, the product not working or the company saying they are refunding only 50% yet months later they have not refunded anything.

    • Sara says:

      This thing is useless. Read the comments on IndieGoGo by all the people who have been ripped off by sonic soak. Many have been waiting for years to receive their products only to find out they don’t clean or they break almost immediately.

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