Ozone (O3) is a product of nature that is produced when regular water and air become electrically charged. Our bottle's diamond electrolytic cell uses a small but powerful charge and the spray point to create the aqueous form of ozone on demand.
Made from water in water.
O3 kills 99.9% of harmful germs and pathogens in just 30 seconds, including:
Our sanitizing spray bottle can be used on hard non-porous surface such as: tables & countertops, door handles & stair rails, foodservice prep areas & equipment, bathroom surfaces & appliances, gym equipment, appliances & other stainless steel surfaces, mirrors & windows, and more.
Attack unwanted odors with the use of aqueous ozone without the need for added fragrances or dyes. This is especially helpful to those with allergies.
Eliminate the risk of foodborne illness by killing 99.9% of some of the most harmful bacteria like Salmonella.
Have children? Protect your play areas and toys without the risk of added chemicals.
Have pets? Perfect for sanitizing and deodorizing to eliminate urine, feces and vomit.
See how the power of O3 kills germs in just 30 seconds!
When the trigger is activated, water from the bottle reservoir is sent into a chamber where it passes through a solid diamond plate and comes into contact with a direct electrical current. Here, an electrochemical reaction occurs that splits the water molecules to create free oxygen atoms, which then bond together to form ozone. The bottle then sprays the ozonated water through the nozzle.
All of our efficacy claims are independently tested by 3rd party laboratories and Aqueous Ozone is GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) by the FDA. The Sanitizing Spray Bottle has an EPA established number of 089373-MA-001.
The Aqueous Ozone Spray Bottle is categorized as a pesticidal device within the EPA classification structure. The EPA does not routinely include pesticidal devices in its review and therefore the EPA has not confirmed whether, or under what circumstances, such products might be effective against the spread of COVID-19. Also, this explains why the sanitizing spray bottle does not qualify for listing with the chemical pesticidal formulations reviewed by EPA and included in EPA List N of disinfectants. https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-coronavirus-covid-19.