Can You Use Electrolysed Water for Cleaning
Did you know that Electrolysed water can be used for cleaning. Electrolysed water allows you to clean your fruits and vegetables before cooking and eating as well!
Electrolysed water, which is alkaline water produced by an Electrolysed water machine through an alkaline water ionizer, aims to produce a healthier alkaline alternative to tap and bottled water. This is done through a process called electrolysis where direct current is used to drive an otherwise non-spontaneous chemical reaction resulting in purified, alkaline water.
The benefits of electrolysed water are possible due to the high alkalinity water it produces, the purification process of the water, and the negative oxidation-reduction potential.
Why Use Electrolysed Water for Cleaning Around the House
If you did not know already, most households in America have a cleaning cabinet full of toxic chemicals and detergents that are detrimental to their health. In the pursuit of having a healthy, happy, safe home, one should be weary of using these toxic cleaning chemicals in their households.
These cleaning products typically contain chemicals such as phosphates, chlorine, acetone, petroleum, and ammonia. Carpet and oven cleaners may contain toluene, formaldehyde, methylene, ethylene glycol, and nitrobenzene. Most of the chemicals end up being absorbed into our skin after coming in contact within them. In many instances, the chemicals that are used to clean around your house end up being breathed in.
Children tend to be the ones that get impacted by these cleaning supplies the most. Data compiled from the American Association of Poison Control Centers suggests that nearly 1.25 million children under six are unintentionally poisoned every year by these common household products.
Many people, especially children, are sensitive to these chemicals. Prolonged exposure may cause headaches, depression, nausea, respiratory problems, some cancers, and even death.
Rather than compromise your health and the health of your children with harsh cleaning products, you can switch to a natural alternative that is a lot better for your health and the health of the planet.
Electrolysed Water for Cleaning
Electrolysed water has various home applications that go beyond just drinking water. Electrolysed water can be used to clean and disinfect your dishes, countertops, floors, door handles, and can even be used to remove stains from your clothes! This is done by adjusting the pH of the water through an Electrolysed water machine.
Not only do you save money by no longer constantly purchasing harmful cleaning supplies but, you also maintain a healthy, chemical free living space.
How to Use Electrolysed Water for Cleaning and Disinfecting
Strong Electrolysed Water 11.0pH+
This water is not suited for drinking. Strong Electrolysed Water preserves hygiene in your daily life due to its strong cleaning effect. It has dissolving and heat conducting benefits. Usage: food preparation and cleaning.
Electrolysed water for washing fruits: Cleans oil based pesticides off fruits/veggies. Soak for a minimum of 5 minutes to clean off pesticides.
Cleaning: Clean cutting boards and dishcloths. Good for cleaning oil and tough grime from vents, as well as for general cleaning in the kitchen.
Stain Removal: The extra strength and absorption powers of this pH will remove coffee stains, soy sauce, and oil stains with ease. Also great for getting out stubborn toilet bowl stains.
Stains on Clothes, Rugs and Carpets: Use as a degreaser for any type of cleaning. Clean oil based stains by soaking the area and letting it sit for 10 to 20 minutes.
Used as a Laundry Soap: Use 1 to 2 quarts per load in place of laundry soap. Works well removing greasy smells like Fast-food Restaurant work clothes.
Electrolysed Water for dishes: Use less detergent when washing your dishes. Save on water bills, as only one-third to one-fourth of the usual amount of water is adequate for rinsing off detergent.
Electrolysed Water window cleaner: Removes greasy, gooey, gummy, sticky problems.
Cleaning hard water spots and rust with Electrolysed Water: Clean hard water spots off of chrome and rust off of metal with rag or sponge.
Cleaning Oven, Clogged Sinks and Bathtubs: Easily cleans cooking oil off the stove top etc. Use instead of Drano or other chemicals for clogged sinks and bathtubs.
Polish silver with Electrolysed Water: Soak rag or cloth in strong Electrolysed water then, polish.
Beauty Electrolysed Water – pH 4.0-6.5 (H3)
Not for drinking. This slightly acidic water is recognized for its astringent effects. It’s terrific to use for gentle cleaning and beauty care. *pH is similar to rain water*
Polishing: Polish mirrors, eyeglasses, glass objects, and windows to a high sheen.
Eye Glasses: Removes smudges, gunk, and fingerprints.
Electrolysed Water window and mirror cleaner : Replace all window and mirror cleaners with Beauty Water. Produces similar cleaning results as Windex.
Dish washing: Stains on dishes disappear and are left squeaky clean.
Hardwood floors and ceramic tile: Floors can be cleaned with no residue left behind and without damaging the integrity of the wood.
Strong Acidic Electrolysed Water pH 2.5
Not for drinking. Way beyond a water filter Electrolysed Water is considered Medical Grade Water and the 2.5pH is widely used to prevent the spread of germs, for general household cleaning and washing of hands.
Electrolysed water as a substitute for alcohol and chlorine solutions: best for eliminating germs and bacteria.
Mold: Strong acidic Electrolysed water is perfect for eliminating mold that has grown over time. It is a much safer alternative to using bleach and it does not leave chemical residue on your surfaces.
Kills all microbes: Pre-rinse all fruits, vegetables and meat and let sit for one minute before soaking in 11.5. This will kill all microbes.
Electrolysed water for disinfecting: Use for disinfecting just about anything in your household including utensils, door handles, dishes.
Antibacterial soap and handwash: This Electrolysed water can be used as an alternative to traditional antibacterial soaps.