Other Sprays Use Harmful Chemicals. HOCL Mimics Natural Defenses Against Viruses & Infections
Helping to Make HOCL Non-Toxic, Non-Flammable, Ecofriendly,
Biodegradeable, & an EPA Registered Class IV Disinfectant in Certain Concentrations
How Hypchlorous Acid Can Make Non-Toxic Claims
While hypochlorous acid may sound like something that would be harmful to the body, it’s actually a product that is naturally created within your own body by your white blood cells. This is then released from the cell and seeks out to not just search for viruses, infections, germs, and more, but to then also destroy them so they can be flushed from your system.
Using an electric spark, we’re able to recreate this same compound with all natural products so that we can create the same effect on different surfaces.
And because the process doesn’t involve any harmful chemicals, or harmful processes, while hypochlorous acid may sound potentially harmful, it’s simply a:
Solution that mimics your own body’s natural response externally without having the same negative side effects of other sanitizers and disinfectants.
Why Other Sanitizers and Disinfectants Can’t Make the Same Claims
Unlike hypochlorous acid, other chemical compounds will include other potentially toxic chemicals such as:
|Ingredient||Where It’s Found
|Ammonia||Polishers & Window Cleaners
||Can be very dangerous for people with asthma, lung, or breathing issues
||Floor & Furniture Polishers
||Linked to cancer, birth defects, and when ingested can be poisonous
||Can actually give bad bacteria more room to grow leading to more infections
Of course there’s more, including solutions such as bleach, which causes nausea, dizziness and more just from inhaling too much of it!
And, while other solutions may use a similar makeup to HOCL, they generally lack the same acidic balance to replicate the makeup of your body, which also leads to them being toxic either due to skin contact, inhalation, or consumption
How Hypochlorous Acid is Different From Other Disinfectants
Meanwhile, research and products have already been created using hypochlorous acid as skin hydrators to help protect your skin and cure skin infections.
In other cases, it’s being researched as a safe to use mouthwash to ensure that it’s safer and more effective than run of the mill mouthwashes.
And, in other cases, it’s been used as a wound care product to help injuries not just heal faster, but also help treat wounds, such as burns, that were otherwise reluctant to heal with normal treatments.
This is because HOCL maintains a pH balance that matches the same balance of your body.
This is something most other disinfectants can’t generally claim.
And even for the pH balanced ones, there are none that are non-toxic, biodegradable, hypoallergenic, non-flammable, and eco-friendly all in the same product.
Surfaces Where HOCL Works Most Effectively
And, because their primary ingredient is a form of water, these solutions work best on non-porous surfaces such as:
- Non-Upholstered Chairs
- & More
For fabrics, like linens or carpets, the porous nature of their make up also doesn’t allow for the hypochlorous acid to stick for the same effect.
At least not on its own.
How to increase the effectiveness of HOCl on various surfaces
Using different application technologies such as electrostatic spraying or ultra low volume (ULV) fogging, you can ensure that your HOCl is able to adhere to surfaces much more thoroughly to ensure maximum disinfection and efficacy.
We prefer ULV foggers which is why we recommend products like the Pyuriti Pulse and Pyuriti Pulse Backpack to ensure that your sanitizing or disinfecting regimen is as powerful and thorough as possible to help destroy dangerous pathogens in the safest and most comprehensive way possible by using products like Pyuriti Cleanse.