Liquid Deodorizer, Disinfectant, Fungicide and General-Purpose Antimicrobial
(EPA Reg# 87508-3-89334) is listed by the EPA to use against the SARS CoV-2, the virus responsible for the COVID-19 (when used on hard, non-porous surfaces and in accordance to the coronavirus directions on the label)
ClO2 Liquid is a multi-purpose, versatile product that can be used to combat a multitude of germ and odor related challenges. Eliminate Pathogens & Odors on Surfaces with Minimal Contact Time
While we commonly describe ClO2 as a safe, effective, hospital-type solution for disinfecting and deodorizing hard, non-porous surfaces, it's important to know that ClO2 Liquid can do much more. In fact, in addition to being a powerful Disinfectant and Deodorizer, it is EPA Registered as a Sanitizer, Tuberculocide, Virucide, Fungicide, Algaecide, and Slimicide.
In short, ClO2 Liquid is a germ and odor fighting powerhouse.
What is revolutionary about ClO2 Liquid is its "drop and go" technology. Inside each foil packet is a patented pouch that, when combined with cool water, generates a solution of liquid chlorine dioxide ClO2, a potent formula that stops the toughest of pathogens. In addition, ClO2 Liquid provides the unique advantage of removing foul odors while it disinfects.
ClO2 Liquid can be used in hospitals, nursing homes, gyms, veterinarian offices, schools, restaurants, day care centers, blood banks, and any other areas where vigilant germ and odor control are critical. ClO2 Liquid can be applied by spraying, pouring, and mopping, and its neutral pH makes it compatible with almost any surface.
ClO2 Liquid pouches come in several sizes to meet a variety of application needs. Once used, these pouches are safe to dispose of in any outdoor refuse container.
*See the EPA Labelfor additional information about controlling viruses, odors, mold and bacteria with confidence. Along with our SDS Sheets
How To Use
IT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER INCONSISTENT WITH THE LABELING. READ THE ENTIRE LABEL AND USE STRICTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS AND USE
1. Open the silver foil packet and remove the white pouch (DO NOT OPEN THE WHITE POUCH).
2. Place the white pouch in an opaque (not clear) container filled with water.
3. Allow pouch to activate in water for one hour to reach maximum strength
Chlorine dioxide is a neutral chlorine compound with the formula ClO2. Although similar in name to chlorine, chlorine dioxide is very different from elemental chlorine, both in its chemical structure and in its behavior (think carbon v. carbon dioxide). One of the most important qualities of chlorine dioxide is its high solubility in water, especially in cold water. Chlorine dioxide does not hydrolyze (or undergo a chemical breakdown reaction) when it enters water. Instead, chlorine dioxide remains intact as a dissolved gas in water. In comparison, chlorine dioxide is approximately 10 times more soluble in water than chlorine.
The molecule ClO2 has an odd number of valence electrons, and therefore, it is a paramagnetic radical. Its electronic structure has long baffled chemists because none of the possible Lewis structures is very satisfactory. In 1933, L. O. Brockway proposed a structure that involved a three-electron bond. Chemist Linus Pauling further developed this idea and arrived at two resonance structures involving a double bond on one side and a single bond plus three-electron bond on the other. In Pauling’s view the latter combination should represent a bond that is slightly weaker than the double bond. In molecular orbital theory this idea is commonplace if the third electron is placed in an anti-bonding orbital. Later work has confirmed that the highest occupied molecular orbital is indeed an incompletely-filled anti-bonding orbital.
ClO2 is a very small molecule, e.g., it can penetrate into very small areas. As a gas ClO2 will completely and evenly fill any space, giving it unmatched distribution and diffusion.
ClO2 is much smaller than other particles and molecules. Because of its size, ClO2 is a stronger oxidizer and works at much lower concentrations. Because ClO2 works at much lower concentrations, it is also less corrosive.
As a true gas, ClO2 is able to contact organisms wherever they are located and penetrate into tight, hidden or difficult to reach areas, including microscopic cracks and crevices.