Le Marche Le Sanitizer 5 litre
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Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) or Electrolyzed Water (EWA) kills 99.95% of microbes and is 100 times more effective than bleach, while being safe enough to drink. No Alcohol.
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The better sanitizer
Won't cause dermatitis or dry the skin. Helps healing.
Non-flammable and suitable for people avoiding alcohol.
Safe around children and safe enough to swallow.
Works faster than alcohol, and 100 times more effective than bleach.
Safe to spray on vegetables or meat and won't leave residue.
Safe for clothing or plastics.
Safe to pour down the drain.
How does Hypochlorous acid compare to alcohol or bleach?
|HOCl - Hypochlorous Acid||NaCl - Bleach||Ethyl Alcohol|
|Time to work||15 seconds||Between 1 & 10 min||5 min|
|Won't create SuperBugs?|
Hypochlorous acid (HOCL) solution is also known as Electrolyzed Water (EWA) or Anolyte water and is the most effective disinfectant in the chlorine family available in dilute solution. HOCl is a weak acid that occurs naturally in our body, and is in fact produced by our white cells. It is suggested that HOCL is 80 to 120 times more effective than sodium hypochlorite (bleach). It also reacts more rapidly than other chlorine-based disinfectants, it eradicates all bacteria, mycobacteria, spores, fungi, viruses within 15 seconds. It disinfects 200 to 300 times better than bleach and is 100% safe.
Bleach (Sodium Hypochlorite / NaCl) is widely used in hospitals and medical practices and shares the same chlorine family as HOCl. Research shows that they both kill bacteria, fungus, spores, and viruses. Yet bleach is highly irritating to the eyes, skin, and lungs—and inhalation over long periods could be carcinogenic. In contrast, HOCl has a temporary and mild chlorine smell that dissipates quickly, it is non- irritating, and it does not have poisonous side effects.
Ethyl Alcohol is also a popular disinfectant to use in clinics for wiping down instruments, furniture, and is a key ingredient in hand sanitisers. Ethyl alcohol (70%) is considered more effective compared to isopropyl alcohol. Both are bactericidal, fungicidal, and viricidal but are not effective against bacterial spores. Hand sanitizers with alcohol are used daily in many medical offices, but over time, repeated use may lead to hand dermatitis. In contrast HOCl does not negatively affect the skin or nasal passages, is not flammable and is more cost effective.
Le Marche sanitiser is probably the most effective, and most cost effective sanitiser and disinfectant available.
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