SAIKIN GUARD HOCl SANITIZER & DISINFECTANT
Our Non-Alcohol HOCl Sanitizer & Disinfectant, made by fully imported machines and technology from Japan. More stable and long-lasting effectiveness by blending treated soft water, Sodium Hypochlorite with CO2 gas. Proven and tested result of killing 99.99% germs, bacteria and viruses.
Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) is a strong oxidizer and has been proven by many scientific publications that it is 200 to 300 times more effective than Sodium Hypochlorite (bleach) in killing microbial pathogens. It is naturally produced by the white blood cells of all mammals, including humans, used by the immune system to kill pathogens through oxidation by penetrating the walls and destroying the cell membrane of bacteria and viruses.
Multi Benefits :-
• Suitable for sensitive skin
• Suitable for children and whole family
• Kill 99.99% germs and bacteria in seconds
• Volume : 4 Litre
• Dimension (L x W x H) : 17.3cm x 12.2cm x 28cm
• Treated Soft Water
• Sodium Hypochlorite
Direction of Use :-
• Spray directly on surfaces by using spray gun or manually from the bottle. Rinse free.
• Store in cool (below 30°C), dry and well-ventilated area. Avoid direct sunlight and heat. Tighten cap after use.
Validation Date :-
• Please refer to the bottle, best within 6 months from manufacturing date.
Further Information :-
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Science Behind The Scene
How Does HOCl Kill Microbial Pathogens?
The molecule of HOCl. This molecule is unique in that it is neutrally charged unlike hypochlorite (OCl-) which is negatively charged. So why is this important?
Disinfectants and microbial pathogens interact with each other similar to magnets. If you bring together two negatively charged magnets, they will repel each other. Bacteria and hypochlorite (OCl- aka. bleach) are both negatively charged and behave like two negatively charged magnets repelling each other. HOCl is neutrally charged and is not repelled by bacteria. HOCl easily penetrates the walls of the bacteria and destroys them with its strong oxidation potential.