Pur-Well Living Chlor-itizer
Easily make unlimited disinfectant for under $0.10 per gallon.
The eco friendly way to quickly turn table salt and water into a very power disinfectant and deodorizer.
Sterilization rate > 99.99%
- Effective elimination of E. Coli
- Staphylococcus aureus
- Candida albicans
Chlor-itizer is Perfect for:
- Bathroom & Toilet
- Door handles
- Kids Toys
- Anywhere you’d use Clorox Bleach & More!
The process of Electrochemically Activated Solutions – or electrolyzed salt water has been around for centuries.
Electrolyzed water(EW) is an alternative to chlorine – and can be obtained through electrolysis from diluted (15 g/L) NaCl solution by applying a voltage across an electrolytic cell.
Chloride from the solution is converted into chlorine gas – which immediately forms hypochlorite solution.
Hypochlorite is a sanitizer and disinfectant – both of these uses rely on the hypochlorite’s ability to destroy microorganisms.
The same oxidative mechanism responsible for hypochlorite’s bleaching ability also makes it an effective germicide.
This mechanism was not understood at the time – but hypochlorite (in the form of bleaching powder) was used as early as 1800 to counteract bad odors associated with disease.
It has been said that no single element has played so important a role – in combating disease over the nineteenth century as chlorine in its various forms.
Sodium Hypochlorite, an active ingredient of bleach was officially discovered in 1785 – by an Italian-born French chemist named Claude Louis Berthollet.
He developed liquid cleaning agents containing sodium hypochlorite – that are able to bleach things at room temperature.
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Retail Price: $99.99
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In France, sodium hypochlorite is still known as ‘eau de Javel’.
Near the end of the nineteenth century, E. S. Smith – and The United Alkali Company, Limited, patented a method of hypochlorite production involving hydrolysis of brine to produce caustic soda and chlorine gas, which then mix to form hypochlorite
Both electric power and brine solution were in cheap supply at this time – and various enterprising marketers took advantage of this situation to satisfy the market’s demand for hypochlorite.