Cleaning With Ozone
Cleanliness is an important factor to health, the health of the planet and all of us living on it. When we look to nature for inspiration, we find ozone (or "O3") to be a very powerful, natural cleaning agent. Pure, simple and environmentally green, ozone is nature's way of cleansing the earth and can be experienced in the fresh air that follows a thunderstorm.
Used for decades in hospitals, hotels, and industrial settings to clean, disinfect, and deodorize, ozone helps eliminate the need and expense of caustic chemicals. This safe, powerful cleaner is available for the home environment in a variety of convenient, useful forms.
We have personally experienced the benefits of using ozone to clean; this gentle yet powerful, versatile, all-natural cleaning agent cleans better than any man-made cleaner around without adding unwanted chemical pollutants to the food you are preparing, the items or living area you are cleaning, or the air you and your family are breathing.
We are convinced that ozone is the ultimate cleaner and would love to introduce you to some essential ozone products like a Residential Ozone Laundry unit for your laundry room.
Do you have pet or cooking odors in your home? You can easily deal with them by using a Whole House Ozone Purifier. We use a large coverage model like this one because you can turn it up when cooking and then back down when odors are eliminated.
The Truth About Ozone
Now maybe you’ve heard some things about ozone that make you a little uneasy about using it in your home. Like so many things in life, misinformation circulates about a subject that have been taken out of context or are partial truths, giving an incomplete or erroneous picture of the thing.
Ozone is no different. While excessive ozone can be potentially dangerous, the electrically generated, low concentration, controlled ozone (O3) created for use in residential laundry systems to clean laundry dissipates after 20 minutes and is harmlessly dissolved and flushed away in the rinse water.
Industrially, Ozone is Used to: