• (COVID-19 Update) Cleaning, Sanitizing and Disinfecting: There is a Difference - Cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting seem to be something everyone assumes they know how to do properly. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Oftentimes these terms get tossed around loosely and interchangeably, which can lead to confusion and poor execution. Understanding what these terms mean can actually help you understand how to best protect your home,… read more...
  • How Toxic Are Disinfectants and Where Can I Find Out How Toxic They Are? - With the increased frequency of use, the toxicity of disinfectants matters more than ever before. Facilities are trying to keep everyone safe from germs, but in doing so, they are also using potentially hazardous chemicals. It creates a paradoxical process that can cancel out any good intentions to keep people protected. Don’t assume that because… read more...
  • Disinfection with Hypochlorous vs. Sodium Hypochlorite (traditional “Bleach”) - WARNING: Chemistry lesson ahead! Embrace the details and (we hope) you will get a whole new appreciation for how this stuff works.  This article is designed to tap into a little more science than normal, so it is going to be a bit longer than our typical articles. Our goal is to concisely explain why hypochlorous is… read more...
  • Make the Switch to On-Site Generation - Why On-Site Generation is the Right Solution for Your Business Are you sick of ordering disinfecting and cleaning chemicals every month?  Are you tired of throwing away plastic bottles?  We know that you probably don’t enjoy managing the inventory of these chemicals either. It is time for you to switch up the narrative for the… read more...
  • Annihilare: How We Can Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19 in your Facilities with Hypochlorous - COVID-19: How it Spreads According to the National Institute of Health (NIH) and The Center for Disease Control (CDC), there are two main pathways for the spread of COVID-19. The first form of transfer is through respiratory aerosols from an infected person. The water droplets of someone who has the virus can spread to other… read more...