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Electrolyzed water used for school disinfection and daycare cleaning

Now that children are going back to school and daycare, disinfection and sanitization are at the top of everyone’s mind. Parents and teachers across the country are struggling to find an effective disinfectant solution that is still safe to use around their kids. Many are turning to electrolyzed water, which is a cleaning solution even more powerful than bleach that’s only made up of water and salt. 

Electrolyzed water is an all-natural cleaning solution that uses the chemical reaction of salt, water, and electrocity to kill 99.8% of bacteria just 30 seconds after contact with a surface. Unlike bleach cleaning products, it is all natural and can be used anywhere around a building without the risk of harm towards food, animals, or people. Electrolyzed water has been a mainstay as a disinfectant for schools, daycares, homes, hospitals, and more! But now, A Better Way Distributing has made electrolyzed water commercially available through their Hydrolyze product as both a cleaning solution and a disinfectant spray. Whether it’s routine cleaning or a deep cleaning, electrolyzed water is a powerful way to protect your home, school, or daycare from disease.

What is Electrolyzed Water?

Electrolyzed water is created through the electrolysis of a diluted salt and water solution with an electrolytic cell. The resulting compound is a potent antimicrobial agent that is approximately 100 times as effective as chlorine bleach. This disinfecting power comes from the two main components of electrolyzed water:

    • Hypochlorous acid: This is the same substance found in white blood cells that helps protect the body from disease. It is known for its use in health work and agriculture. 
    • Sodium Hydroxide: This is a detergent found in a variety of different products. It is kept to a low concentration in electrolyzed water so the solution remains non-toxic.

Electrolyzed water is a highly effective way to kill foodborne pathogens such as E. coli, Listeria and Salmonella. But it has also been known to help kill viruses that have been otherwise resistant to other cleaning solutions. And because it’s non-toxic, you can use it anywhere around your home or business without the risk that chlorine-based cleaning solutions pose. 

Jim Suebert, the owner of A Better Way Distributing, says electrolyzed water is the ultimate cleaning solution to fit whatever cleaning job comes up. “Electrolyzed water is incredibly versatile,” Suebert says. “You can use it on any surface and know it’s doing the job to kill the majority of bacteria on that surface.”

If you use electrolyzed water in a disinfectant spray, it’s safe to use on any surface where you need it with no rinsing required. Electrolyzed water can also be used in fogging to provide total disinfection and deep cleaning to a larger area such as a classroom or play area.

How to Get Electrolyzed Water for Personal Use

A Better Way Distributing is dedicated to proving all-natural cleaning solutions for commercial use. Electrolyzed water used to be hard to come by for at home use, but A Better Way Distributing has the resources to produce electrolyzed water for whenever you need to order it. Their Hydrolyze product can bring electrolyzed water to your home or school so you know you’re using a cleaning solution that is safe, non-toxic, and effective in killing viruses & bacteria.

With the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic and the advent of schools and daycares being open again, it’s important to make sure that surfaces are cleaned and disinfected regularly. Learn more about how Hydrolyze harnesess the power of electrolyzed water for personal use by calling (855) 905-4421 or visiting A Better Way Distributing’s website at https://abetterwaydistributing.com/product/hydrolyze/.

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