How to use iPOSH?

You can choose the product you need according to your requirements.
All our product formats are safe and convenient to use.
  • Spray bottle
  • Mist sprayer

How to use the spray bottle

Spray on places or objects where viruses, bacteria, odors, etc. may be present.

Spray directly onto surfaces or objects to combat odors, bacteria, viruses, etc.
The safety of the product has been verified through patch testing (*1) and oral toxicity (*2) and inhalation toxicity testing (*2).
One spray costs approximately 1 yen.
A 400ml bottle provides around 1300 sprays.
*1: Human study *2: Mouse study
  • Spray directly on the object

    Spray an appropriate amount of liquid directly on the object (ensure that the entire object is evenly covered). If you want to freshen up drying laundry, spray a generous amount of liquid on the clothes and allow to dry. The nozzle sprays a fine mist of 0.3cc per push. The liquid is not volatile, so if an object is damp you can wipe any excess liquid off.


  • “Spray” for hygiene management around children

    Use on pee, vomit or excrement. Spray, then wipe off and allow to dry to disinfect and remove unpleasant odors.

  • “Spray” on cutting boards, knives, and towels

    Use iPOSH around the kitchen. Remove unpleasant odors from drains and trash cans. Also, use it directly on kitchen knives, cutting boards, and cloths.

  • “Spray” in the toilet and bath

    Spray iPOSH in your toilet to instantly eliminate odors. It can also be used on toilet seats, floors, and walls for cleaning. “Clean, ventilate and spray” to prevent mold in the bathroom.

  • “Spray” to eliminate pet odors

    Use iPOSH to remove pet odors. Use it to sanitize dishes and cages, as well as to remove unwanted odors from pet toilets or pee when you take your dog for a walk. iPOSH is perfectly safe to use around pets.

  • “Spray” to remove tobacco and pillow smells

    You can spray it on Dad’s pillow – everyone will appreciate that! Spray in shoes to freshen them up and remove any odors.

  • “Spray” in your room

    iPOSH is perfect for use on floors, carpets, tatami mats, sofas, cushions, or in children’s rooms… Spray around the room for general disinfection and deodorization.

Examples of objects that can be sprayed

Doorknobs and other metal objects / Desks, tables, and other wooden objects / Curtains, bedding, and clothing /
Fabric products, ceramics, and plastics /

Not suitable for use on delicate or moisture-sensitive materials, such as silk or leather.
iPOSH may cause discoloring on clothes and some household items.
We recommend that you test by spraying a small amount on an inconspicuous area before use.



The nano-spray is useful in situations where the space is too large to be sprayed with iPOSH spray bottle, and there is no mist sprayer available. It is a powerful compact electric-powered device that can be used to spray areas such as living rooms, dining rooms, waiting rooms, classrooms, and other large spaces.

How to use the mist sprayer

For general disinfection and sanitization, or to remove unpleasant odors (tobacco, pets or household odors) put the mist sprayer in the required space and spray.Suitable for use anywhere that hygiene management is required: in hospitals, clinics, pharmacies,daycare centers, schools and care facilities, as well as in the home.

Use in areas where cigarette, pet or household odors are present. Also suitable for hygiene management purposes, for example as a disinfectant or to remove mold.
  • Dilute 200 ppm concentrated solution to use

    Fill the mist sprayer with tap water and spray as required.
    Virus elimination/sanitization: 4x dilution (50ppm)
    Deodorization: Start with 10x dilution (20ppm); adjust to 4x (50ppm) depending on the strength of the odor.

  • Use as a humidifier

    In winter or the dry season,
    iPOSH can be used as continuous operation humidifier.

  • Ventilate areas properly

    We recommend using iPOSH in ventilated areas.

Suitable places for use

Living room, dining room, and other places where household odors are present / Bathrooms,
toilets, and other places where mold and odors are present / Hospital waiting
rooms and other places where hygiene management is required