Cleaners which are mostly ineffective against virus and bad-bacteria (superbugs).

Cleaners which are mostly ineffective against virus and bad-bacteria (superbugs).

Posted by Brad on 12th Apr 2020

People do not understand how you can target virus and bad bacteria in the home, while avoiding just mass killing of good bacteria.

The fast answer is: Use synergistic active sanitizers.

Synergistic activity in sanitizers, are hyper molecules that are rapidly changing every millisecond - continual rapid replacement.

Typical household cleaners like bleach, or sanitizers, contain man-made chemicals. Molecules in these cleaners are mostly stable. This allows bacteria and virus to learn, to become resistant to such sanitizers and cleaners.

The natural fermentation of a plant extremity (like the development of an electrolyte or the making a strong vinegar), produces an extremely active, synergistic sterilizer.

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The study of synergistic molecules is decades old, yet we pioneered the making of synergistic active cleaners. For over eight years now, our electrolyte cleaners have been derived from highly synergistic active all natural ingredients.

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Don't waste your time with cleaners that mostly are ineffective against virus and bad-bacteria (superbugs).