What is Hypochlorous Acid ?

Electrolyzed (EO) water, also known as hypochlorous acid, can be created by combining table salt and tap water.

The Science: Hypochlorous acid (HClO, HOCl, or ClHO ) is a weak acid that forms when chlorine dissolves in water and partially dissociates, forming hypochlorite, ClO.  HClO and ClO are oxidizers and the primary disinfection agents of chlorine solutions. HClO cannot be isolated from these solutions due to rapid equilibration with its precursor, chlorine.

Like many other disinfectants, hypochlorous acid solutions will destroy pathogens, such as COVID-19, adsorbed on surfaces. In low concentrations, such solutions can serve to disinfect open wounds.

Because of its strong antimicrobial properties, the related compounds sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) and calcium hypochlorite (Ca (ClO)2) are ingredients in many commercial bleaches, deodorants, and disinfectants. The white blood cells of mammals, such as humans, also contain hypochlorous acid as a tool against foreign bodies.

Skin Care: hypochlorous acid is a naturally occurring substance made in the body’s immune system, making it appropriate for even the most sensitive skin. All while killing bacteria, fungi, and viruses 

Home & Office Space: Hypochlorous Water will replace the time and cost associated with purchasing chemical-based cleaning solutions for your home. Create effective cold-fogging sanitizer solutions to protect your home and work environments.  

Our site offers: 

  1. Hypochlorous acid disinfection tablets: Add tablet to about 500ml of clean tap water. Makes concentration of about 80mg/L within minutes 
  2. Hypochlorous spray bottles: Add simple table salt and tap water to spray bottle. Makes electrolyzed water within minutes    

The made-on-demand disinfectant can be stored at room temperature and away from light for 30 days -Add vinegar to extend.

FDA Disclaimer. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. *Consult your physician regarding your specific condition.

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