You read the title of this blog and said, “what’s hypochlorous?” Let’s answer that question first before we make the claim that it’s better than those name-brand cleaners you find at grocery and drug stores. Those cleaners that you’ve probably been using since forever.
Hypochlorous is an all-natural and non-toxic solution that can actually be found in the human body. Our white blood cells produce it to fight infections and foreign pathogens. It’s essentially water, salt, vinegar, and electricity all combined together to create a superpower – a healing superpower. Imagine being able to basically harness your immune system in a bottle. That’s what hypochlorous is!
So basically if it’s used in the human body, it’s safe to use outside the body too. Not only that, but despite its gentleness toward us, it’s extremely effective against viruses and bacteria.
Now that you know what it is, here are 3 reasons to switch to hypochlorous from other cleaners.
Many cleaners are toxic
As discussed before, hypochlorous is non-toxic, unlike many other cleaners that we use in our daily lives. Now, I know what you’re thinking, “they can’t do that, can they?” They can and they do. According to the American Lung Association, many of the chemicals in household products can be harmful. They say, “household and cleaning products—including soaps, polishes and grooming supplies—often include harmful chemicals. Even products advertised as “green” or “natural” may contain ingredients that can cause health problems. Some cleaning supplies can even be flammable or corrosive”
Corrosive? Flammable? Nah, I’m good.
The website continues with, “Many cleaning supplies or household products can irritate the eyes or throat, or cause headaches and other health problems, including cancer. Some products release dangerous chemicals, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Other harmful ingredients include ammonia and bleach. Even natural fragrances such as citrus can react to produce dangerous pollutants indoors.”
So, what do you do then? If all of these cleaners are dangerous for our health? That’s where hypochlorous comes in. It’s just as strong, if not stronger, than many of these name-brand chemicals, yet it doesn’t harm our bodies over time.
Finally, on this note, hypochlorous is also safe for the environment.
Hypochlorous does everything
Want to clean kitchen surfaces like countertops, the refrigerator handle, or countertops? What about inside the microwave or on the windows? Baby utensils and toys? What about food? In restaurants? In clinics? In schools?
It does all of that and with great efficiency.
But what about viruses, like COVID-19? It takes care of that, too.
It’s EPA approved
If none of what this blog has said has convinced you, then at least let the EPA tell you. On their website, hypochlorous is an approved solution to viruses, specifically COVID-19.
Click here to learn more.
Where to buy hypochlorous
Considering ordering hypochlorous for yourself? At the Ear, Nose and Throat Institute, we actually make our own in-house hypochlorous that we call GuardiENT. Click the button below to order from the Ear, Nose and Throat Institute. Use code firstbuy30 to receive 30% off.
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Keep your home coronavirus-free
The good news is that the coronavirus, outside of the human body, is a weakling. It doesn’t survive very long on surfaces and can be killed easily with chlorine and alcohol-based products. One of those products is hypochlorous (HOCI), an all-natural and non-toxic microbial that’s known to kill bacteria and viruses. Read More
What is hypochlorous used for?
In the first 6 months of 2020, you might’ve tried several ways to keep yourself and your household clean during the outbreak, especially since most household cleaners were out of stock early in the lockdown. Not to mention – most household cleaners are toxic if used improperly. Read More
- American Lung Association (2020, July 13) Cleaning Supplies and Household Chemicals [Health website] Retrieved on July 20th, 2020 from https://www.lung.org/clean-air/at-home/indoor-air-pollutants/cleaning-supplies-household-chem
- United States Environmental Protection Agency (2020, July 16) List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS – COV – 2 (COVID-19) [Government website] Retrieved on July 20th, 2020 from https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2-covid