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National news reported in February 2009 that the Sheraton Delfina in Santa Monica, California, had switched from using chemicals to clean their hotel guest rooms to using WATER! Disinfecting acidic water to be exact. The water is electrolyzed with low-voltage electricity creating a powerful yet non-toxic cleaning agent. The ions are converted into sodium hydroxide, which becomes hypochlorous acid, a potent disinfectant known as acid water. It also cleans and degreases like detergent. This change created a ,500 a month savings in cleaning chemicals for the hotel and an incalculable savings in their staffs health. Maids are enjoying working without fumes and peeling skin. "I didn't believe in it at first because it didn't have foam or any scent," said housekeeper Flor Corona. "But I can tell you it works. My rooms are clean."Scientists say it is powerful enough to kill anthrax spores without harming people or the environment. "It's 10 times more effective than bleach in killing bacteria, said Yen-Con Hung, a professor of food science at the University of Georgia-Griffin, who has been researching electrolyzed water for more than a decade. "And it's safe."The news did not report however, that units able to produce acidic disinfecting water and another type of antioxidant drinking water have been in use in Asia for nearly four decades. This is great news for chemically sensitive people or people concerned with their health. These water machines called, water ionizers in the USA, hook up to your kitchen tap. When tap water is filtered and run thought a water ionizer, it is electrolyzed, which makes the water molecule smaller and able to penetrate your cells better. The negative electrical charge also makes the water an antioxidant so that it can pull toxins from the body. This is very hydrating water that can help balance your bodies pH. This water also makes more oxygen available to the brain and your bodies cells. People, who consume alkaline water often report being able to think better, sleep better and have more energy. A bi-product of the machine is the acidic water which is separated at the time of electrolysis. In addition to disinfecting, many people use the lower levels of acid water on their skin as beauty water. Minnesota food scientist Joellen Feirtag said she was skeptical. So she installed an electrolysis unit in her laboratory and began researching the technology. She found that the acid water killed E. coli, listeria and other nasty pathogens. Yet it was gentle enough to soothe her children's sunburns and acne.

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