Pure&Clean Frequently Asked Questions
Pure & Clean Sports Disinfectant/Sanitizer is totally different from the common “quat” or “Ammonium Chloride” disinfectants on the market.
Other products state: “HAZARDOUS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS Corrosive. Causes irreversible eye damage and skin burns. Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through the skin. Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Wear goggles or face shield and rubber gloves and protective clothing when handling.”
This product is toxic to fish, aquatic invertebrates, oysters, and shrimp.”
It is important to follow directions on the label of any disinfectant/sanitizer.
Pure & Clean Sports Disinfectant/ Sanitizer does NOT require the statements quoted above.
Pure & Clean Sports:
No gloves required.* No rinsing required.
“This product rapidly breaks down entirely to salt water. Not harmful to septic and waste water treatment systems.” It’s also phosphorous-free and VOC-free.
*Special Instructions for Using Pure & Clean Sports to Clean and Decontaminate Against HIV on Surfaces/Objects Soiled with Blood/Body Fluids: “When handling items soiled with blood or body fluids, use appropriate barrier protection such as disposable latex gloves, gowns, masks, and eye coverings.”
Anolyte water is a liquid that was first used over 175 years ago! It is produced by electrolyzing salt water in an anode chamber of an electrolyte cell. An electro –chemical reaction takes place and it converts an aqueous solution of Sodium Chloride (salt water) into a solution known as Anolyte, or electrolyzed water. The solution at that point contains >99.3% water, with the remaining solution being chloride salts and hypochlorous acid.
Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) is a weak acid (similar pH to intact skin), is a naturally occurring substance in our bodies and the same chemical that our own white blood cells produce to fight infection and kill bacteria. This solution holds a unique place as one of the only agents known that is both nontoxic to the delicate cells that heal our wounds while being lethal to almost all known dangerous bacteria and viruses that threaten our health*. The overwhelming impediment to its widespread use has been shelf stability.
“Hypochlorous Acid: An Ideal Wound Care Agent With Powerful Microbicidal, Antibiofilm, and Wound Healing Potency” in “Wounds: a compendium of clinical research and practice 26(12):342-350” November 2014. researchgate.net