Often mothers of infants and rug-crawling toddlers are very concerned about what sorts of cleaning agents the contents pros will use when cleaning floors or carpets. One report from Purdue University “…found that babies crawling across carpeted surfaces stir up high levels of dirt, skin cells, bacteria, pollen, and fungal spores,” even without water damage, smoke damage etc.”
And when Purdue used a “sniffer robot” Cleanfax Magazine reported that, “…crawling infants inhale up to four times the amount of this bio gunk in their lungs, per kilogram of body mass, compared to what adult would breathe walking across the same carpet.”
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So to put the young moms’ concerns to rest, some contents pros are now using “electrolyzed water.” Through a unique process, ordinary tap water is exposed to an electrical charge which changes it into a cleaning and disinfecting solution. Then, about 15 minutes after use it turns back into ordinary water again.
Some say it is so green it’s clear!