It's green, and it sanitizes, degreases, kills athlete's foot, kills anthrax spores, kills salmonella, cleans toilets and sinks, increases the shelf life of produce, to name a few. It's ten times more effective than bleach at killing bacteria, and you can drink it.
I want this stuff!!
What is it? Electrolyzed salt water. Low voltage electricity can convert salt water to a very powerful, yet non-toxic cleaning agent. Sodium ions are converted to sodium hydroxide (a cleaner and degreaser), and chloride ions become hypochlorus acid (a disinfectant).
The catch is that the machine required to zap your salted tap water costs about $10,000, although apparently there are companies out there that sell "home use" ionizers for anywhere from $600 - $3,000.
Can't we just add salt to water and stir it really well? No?
Hopefully if this stuff works as well as it appears, the home ionizers will become more mainstream and affordable.
This info, btw, is from a Vancouver Sun article, the link to which is not working at the moment. Here's the pertinent details for anyone who's interested in Googling it to find out more:
Source: Vancouver Sun
Article Title: Miracle Water Answers Prayers
Publication Date: March 14, 2009
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