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  • Can you really clean using just tapwater?
    It is true, you can clean, deodorize and sanitize, using just tapwater and I'm here to tell you how this is possible. Our Sustainable Spray bottle is transforms regular tapwater into aqueous ozone at the press of a button. This way you can have nature's most powerful sanitizer on demand.
  • What is Aqueous Ozone?
    Ozone is a naturally occurring molecule made up of three oxygen atoms. In nature, ozone is formed mainly by sunlight or lightning, which causes an ordinary oxygen molecule (O₂) to join with an unstable oxygen atom through corona discharge, electrolysis, or ultraviolet radiation, becoming ozone (O₃). Ozone comes in two forms – gaseous (as a gas) and aqueous (in water). It occurs in nature, but can also be synthesized/man-made – as we do at Enozo Technologies, Inc. Enozo creates aqueous ozone to sanitize, deodorize, and clean. All Enozo products use aqueous ozone
  • Is Ozone safe to use?
    Aqueous ozone (AO) is generally regarded as safe (GRAS) by the FDA and is recognized as safe and highly effective by the National Sanitation Foundation. Enozo is also EPA established and Green Seal Certified. Working as a sanitizer, deodorizer, and cleaner, it contains no additives, fragrances, or dyes. This means that there is nothing added to the solution that may cause skin, eye or respiratory irritation. AO is a biodegradable substance that does not leave behind any residues that would attract dirt into your facility or home. Since AO replaces various cleaners like glass, stainless steel, and other multi-purpose cleaners, our Enozo products help reduce both the synthetic chemicals used for cleaning as well as the number of plastic bottles purchased.
  • How is Ozone capable of Sanitizing, Deodorizing and Cleaning?
    By nature, ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent, meaning it can cause chemical changes through oxygen. When ozone encounters soils, pathogens, and microbes that cause odors or illness, it reacts with them and changes their characteristics. AO adds oxygen to odorants to remove their smell and attacks bacterial cell walls, killing the pathogens completely. The killing process of oxidation with ozone does not contribute to antibiotic resistance.
  • What pathogens is Ozone capable of killing?
    Ozone can reduce some of the most common pathogens by at least 99.9% in just 30 seconds compared to other multi-purpose cleaners. Examples of some common pathogens ozone can kill include: E. coli, Salmonella, Staph A. Enterobacter aerogenes and Klebsiella pneumoniae

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