Raze's photocatalyst nano particles attach to the surface to form a coating. When exposed to sunlight or indoor light, they release electrons. This decomposes bacteria, viruses, odour and VOCs, turning them into harmless oxygen particles.
STEP 1. Place Raze Original onto the UV Supercharge base for 5 minutes to activate the nanoparticles in the liquid. This step only works with Raze Original, and only amplifies the effects - so not necessary!
STEP 2. Clean and dry the surface to be sprayed.
STEP 3. Spray approx. 35cm away for a thorough and even coating.
STEP 4. Wait around 3 hours to dry completely. This ensures that the nano protective film has been formed.
Note: UV supercharge base won't work on Raze Ceramic, Leather and Wood.
Most surfaces work, with the exception of glass, mirrors, utensils, and electrical outlets. It is not recommended to spray directly on the skin or body. For safety, please avoid places with electrical currents unless waterproof. Glass and mirrors are not recommended because of smearing and post-cleaning inconvenience. Although it is safe on the skin, our high metabolism breaks down the coating quickly. It is not recommended to swallow. Also suitable for leather, ceramic and wood.
The activation base is a UV light emitter, which allows Raze Original to amplify a faster sterilization effect. Before spraying, place the Original on the base connected to the power supply for about 5 minutes. After the Raze Original turns blue, it can perform a 5x faster sterilization effect.
The initial supercharge of the product will take longer than usual - about 15 to 20 minutes - this is because the base needs to be charged to first operate. The supercharge base will also automatically turn off 5 to 7 minutes after the light is activated, and will only be turned on if the bottle is placed on the base again.
The supercharge base is not necessary to use the product. Under light sources such as sunlight, fluorescent tubes, and lamps, Raze products can still kill 99.99% of organic pollutants with a long-lasting effect for 3 months. The use of UV bases only increases the sterilization speed, and only UV light can activate Raze Original to blue, so other UV lights can also achieve a similar effect.
No. When the Raze Original bottle is no longer exposed to ultraviolet light for some time, it will slowly fade and become transparent, until the next time it is re-activated again. There is no limit to the number of activations and how many times it turns blue. It is recommended to activate Raze Original before use each time.
In principle yes, but metal surfaces such as glass, mirrors and similar materials are prone to watermarks on the surface due to inaccurate spraying distances, which can cause smearing on the surface, and a more difficult post-clean job. For this reason, we do not recommend using it on metal surfaces. However if the metal surfaces are textured or have a frosted layer for example, this would be fine.
Absolutely but do remember to spray up to a 35cm distance and only apply one coating at a time (letting dry before re-spraying). You don't want it to get too wet. Additionally, the screen light may affect light transmittance. You may wish to cover charging port, lens and any buttons where the coating can seep inside. Phones that are waterproof would be optimal.
Absolutely. We recommend spraying before going out to form a protective layer that works even when you're outside of your home. Any external bacteria or viruses can decompose immediately when in contact.
Raze Ceramic, Wood and Leather does not need to be activated because it is formulated differently. These products are specifically formulated for different material surfaces, and the coating can have stronger durability and protection for the surface of these objects.
Even when maintained with general household cleaning, including the use of bleach and alcohol, it should last up to 3 months. However if strong cleaning agents are used carefully and surface is rubbed often, the coating can break down faster.
This can be referred to in the bottom of the bottle, and is usually around 2 years (activated or non-activated).
Our products are non-toxic as long as it is used as per our recommended guidelines. However to be safe, it is recommended to consult your doctor for advice.
Our Raze Original spray is actually formulated with photocatalyst particles along with gel-forming ingredients. This appearance of 'floating' white particles is the result of crystallisation, and is completely normal. Crystallisation is inevitable, but will not compromise the effectiveness of the product - as long as it is still turning blue. Please inquire if you want more information!
No, because there are many external factors when placed under sunlight that can't guarantee the supercharging of Raze Original. This blue effect only be successfully achieved with the UV supercharging base. If it doesn't turn blue within 15 minutes, the product has expired. Please contact customer service if you have any issues with the effectiveness of your product!
We do not recommend you to use Raze in other material parts such as other spray guns. There are many spray guns in the market, all for different purposes, and some may alter the effectiveness of the solution. The nozzle in our spray gun is well equipped for our solution and should not have any issues!