Want to test LiquidNano's anti-bacterial and viral SteriWipes at home? Sign up here - £100 voucher to be won

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YanaMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 21-Oct-20 10:49:45

We are looking for UK Mumsnetters with at least one child to test LiquidNano's SteriWipes, antibacterial wipes powered through nanotechnology leaving surfaces protected against 181 bacteria and viruses for 7 days from just one application.

Here’s what LiquidNano has to say: "LiquidNano is a smart coatings business with existing products for the mobile, marine, automotive and textile sectors.
We are about to launch a new product called SteriWipe which is aimed at protecting high touch household surfaces like: door handles, children's toys, mobiles, tablets, high chairs, game controllers, etc. Once a surface is protected with SteriWipe an invisible layer of LiquidNano is left on the surface which not only kills any existing pathogens but will continue to kill any new pathogens that come into contact with the surface for a further 7 days without the need to re apply.”

Selected testers will receive 2 packs of SteriWipes to try at their homes for a week. The wipes are safe to use at home, to find out more about the ingredients or ways to use, please visit liquidnanoshop.com/liquidnano-steri-wipe-mumsnet/.

Following testing the wipes, selected testers will need to give their feedback via a thread on Mumsnet and complete a short survey.

All testers who give the required feedback will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher for the store of their choice (from a list).

If you’re interested in taking part, please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck!

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Blondeshavemorefun Thu 22-Oct-20 17:07:37

Would love to have a free trial. I use wipes lots at home for surfaces floors toilets abs toddlers hands

onitlikeacarbonnet Thu 22-Oct-20 17:09:42

Done. Fingers crossed 🤞

Realitea Thu 22-Oct-20 17:16:39

This sounds great!

AngelwingsPetlamb Thu 22-Oct-20 17:18:24

Brilliant idea, I’m definitely going to look into using this product. I’ve applied to test.

picklemewalnuts Thu 22-Oct-20 17:25:48

This sounds great! We can do all the door handles, flushes and other places that get touched regularly. The kettle handle and so on. That would be really helpful to stop anything spreading around the house. Obviously CV is the current worry, but colds and tummy bugs need stopping too!

CynthiaRothrock Thu 22-Oct-20 17:44:19

This one looks interesting! Signed up!


jennymac31 Thu 22-Oct-20 20:52:58


Samira12 Thu 22-Oct-20 23:16:14

Finger's crossed

lunar1 Fri 23-Oct-20 16:12:01

I would love to try these!

BillywilliamV Sat 24-Oct-20 09:34:37

Cat's asleep on the bread board again, not sure there is much point!

WitchesSpelleas Sat 24-Oct-20 18:02:59

viral SteriWipes


Jammygal Sat 24-Oct-20 21:50:03

These sound incredible- would love to try them 😷🦠

BridgetJonesDaiquiri Sun 25-Oct-20 02:05:38


Theaspidistraiswilting Mon 26-Oct-20 13:58:20

More wipes, more environmental damage. hmm

20mum Mon 26-Oct-20 14:33:16

Disposable wipes must be banned. Unless the manufacturer is supplying them to a private planet, not befouling this one. There is no need to pour poison in the well, which is the equivalent of disposable junk blocking our sewage treatment, fouling our rivers and sea, filling the oceans with everlasting particles.

WitchesSpelleas Mon 26-Oct-20 16:29:06

Yes, and there are always idiots who flush them down the loo. Our drains got blocked with them - not our doing as we don't use disposable wipes at all - but we had to pay for the drain to be flushed. sad

20mum Mon 26-Oct-20 17:38:30

Mothers, above all, should have more sense than buy polluting junk. Wait for manufacturers to stop making it? Wait for shops to stop selling it? Wait for governments to make a law banning it? What part of the words Climate Emergency don't people understand? Just do what you have the power to do, and if something isn't biodegradable, stop buying it.
At home, old cotton cloth makes rags which are better for cleaning than wipes, and can be used repeatedly and rinsed out. Away from home a roll of loo paper or kitchen roll, or some sheets torn off, provide wipes which are not difficult to make damp, with a little bottle of liquid.
Save money, save the planet. Save yourself from the future anger and contempt of your child, when they are old enough to be horrified.

Using non biodegradable disposable products of any kind is the equivalent of pouring drops of poison in the drinking well. You know it now. Your child will know it, soon. Did you really do that, mummy? How could you? What kind of person are you?

mamastired Tue 27-Oct-20 09:25:29

Signed up. Would be nice to try them

user1497510803 Tue 27-Oct-20 10:49:12

Have signed up, would be great to be picked.

luanda111 Thu 29-Oct-20 22:48:20

wow brilliant product to try

BryanAdamsLeftAnkle Sun 01-Nov-20 12:24:22

Not going to lie... I read this as want to test liquid nandos and wondered what fresh hell 2020 was serving

freakfire Fri 06-Nov-20 10:31:07

Sounds good

KiansKuddles Fri 06-Nov-20 15:29:41

Ooooh looks great

Hotwaterbottlelove Fri 06-Nov-20 22:06:39

I too read it as liquid nandos every time I scroll by and it turns my stomach.

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