At a glance:
Vital Baby AQUAINT sanitising water is a revolutionary 100% natural cleansing spray that kills 99.9% of bacteria in seconds. Made from a unique mix of water and Hypochlorous Acid, a completely natural acid which is produced in the human body to fight bacteria and germs, and safe to use on baby’s skin. Tasteless and odourless, it can immediately neutralise bacteria on any item including teethers, spoons, soothers and teats. Having passed stringent UK drinking water tests to prove it’s safe to swallow, it’s also endorsed by Allergy UK as suitable for anyone with allergies or sensitive skin.
We spoke to these real parent testers to get their review…
How did this product make your life easier?
Kate: The sanitising water spray is compact and as it’s a spray, it’s very convenient and quick to use, so you can sanitise high chairs/tables really quickly. It fits easily into the changing bag and I found a little goes a long way so you’d get a lot of use out of just a single bottle. Just a few sprays and you’re done!
Naomi: It’s a nice size to fit in a bag. It’s easy to spray on and use, it doesn’t drip everywhere. It doesn’t have an unpleasant smell. There are other products that do the same job but are cheaper.
Jane: I love that this is a perfect little bottle for keeping in my pocket, and I can always have it easy to access whenever I feel the kids need a freshen up or a clean of hands. The kids don’t mind it either as it just feels like water so they are more than happy for me to spray them. Its also great for dummies if I don’t have a spare I know I can give it a quick clean with this which is amazing and makes life much easier.
Would you recommend this to other parents?
Kiran: I would recommend this product because I was reassured as a mother after things had started opening up we still had that nervousness as a family to go out. I even used the spray for my older child when we went to the lakes and used the public toilets as keeping safe in the current times is important to us as well as getting the kids all active again. It’s easy to carry around and easy to use with it being a small bottle. It’s like a small bottle of reassurances that I am able to carry and definitely would buy again
Kate: I would recommend this spray to fellow mums as it takes the hard work out of sanitising especially in the middle of a pandemic when it’s more important than normal to make sure that surfaces and products are clean before your toddler digs in / puts the item to their mouths. It’s easy to carry around and quick and simple to use.
Naomi: I would recommend it to mums that want to avoid the alcohol-based gels for their children. In that situation, this spray is ideal and would fit the bill. The main downside is the cost compared to the cheaper alcohol-based sanitisers. When you’ve got lots of hands to clean the cost adds up so I’m not sure I would buy it in future.
Would you choose this product above all others on the market?
Charlotte: This product is in a small bottle, so it packs away easily into a handbag/ jacket pocket/ buggy pocket/ nappy bag. There is still a good amount of sanitising water in the bottle though, so it is not all used up already within a few outings. It is also excellent value for money at its retail price.
Jane: Yes I would definitely pick this product above others. It has no smell, comes in a perfect little bottle for keeping in my pocket, the kids like it and it’s much safer to use for them and a lot better for their little hands than previous hand sanitisers I have used. It is also a great price. I really wish I had known about this product sooner. This product is a winner for me.
Kiran: I would recommend this product because I was reassured as a mother after thing had started opening up we still had that nervousness as a family to go out. I even used the spray for my older child when we went to the lakes and used the public toilets as keeping safe in the current times is important to us as well as getting the kids all active again. It’s easy to carry around and easy to use with it being a small bottle. It’s like a small bottle of reassurances that I am able to carry and definitely would buy again.
What changes would you make to this product?
Kate: If this spray could be refillable that would add to the environmentally friendly aspect of the product. I wouldn’t want it to be any bigger as its compact size is what makes it such a valuable product and fit for purpose. The packaging would be more appealing as I’m not sure I would have picked it up from the shelf.
Naomi: Cost. For me, it’s expensive for a sanitiser. Nice size bottle. No major issues with product.
Charlotte: If I were to change one thing about this travel product, I would possibly make the bottle ever so slightly bigger. This is mainly so there is less plastic waste for the environment – so the product to plastic ratio is better. It would also mean buying fewer bottles less often once they have run out!