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The story behind daily hygiene brand 'Pee Safe' and its toilet seat sanitizer sprays
1. Your category is interesting. Please help us understand your primary product. It's a spray that will make it hygienic for women to use (public) restrooms. Is that correct?

Pee Safe is a daily hygiene brand, primarily initiated with Pee Safe (a toilet seat sanitizer spray) that can be used for commercial and domestic use both by men and women. Pee Safe spray provides protection from germs on the toilet seat that could infect someone using the same toilet seat. The product provides germ-free and insta-hygiene experience to the consumers and aims at developing healthy lifestyle habits among the Indian population. Pee Safe prevents consumers from washroom borne diseases like UTI etc.

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