Is Eco Pure Plus™ free from harsh chemical and fumes?


YES! Never any alcohol, dyes, fragrances, phenols, VOCs, phosphates, parabens, harsh fumes or harsh chemicals

What are your ingredients?

Eco Pure Plus™ Disinfectant is 500 PPM of Hypochlorous Acid . 

What is HOCl?

Hypochlorous acid was identified in 1834 by a French chemist, Antoine Jérôme Balard and was used as an antiseptic for traumatic wounds in World Wars I and II. Environmental sanitation applications were later developed to aid gangrene, diphtheria and scarlet fever.

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl), is derived from naturally  occurring minerals that kill 99.9% of the toughest pathogens. Hypochlorous acid occurs in our immune system, created by white blood cells, or neutrophils, that fight against infection and disease. The neutrophils detect and attack infections by releasing a cocktail of biocidal chemicals, including their secret weapon, hypochlorous acid.

Technology has now made it possible to naturally recreate HOCl by using salt, water and an electric current to create a product that is gentle and more powerful than bleach.

How effective is Eco Pure Plus™

HOCl is the highly effective ingredient which is produced through a patented electrolyzed water process. Eco Pure Plus™ has been proven effective against a broad range of bacteria, mycobacterium and viruses. It is highly effective against Clostridium difficile. The method of killing unwanted microorganisms is accomplished through the physical destruction of the cell structure, bursting the cell's membrane and disrupting the cell's DNA. This type of lethal cell action does not allow the microorganisms to become "adaptive" to Eco Pure Plus™ or form resistant strains.

 Eco Pure Plus™ has been tested, proven, and registered by the U.S EPA (92108-1-99945) and classified as a broad spectrum, tuberculocidal hospital disinfectant against bacteria and viruses including C. Diff, MRSA, Pseudomonas, HIV,

Hep C, HINI, Norovirus, Salmonella, Klebsiella (NDM-I), Listeria, E. coli, and VRE on contaminated, hard, nonporous surfaces.