Applications of Sauveur CL electrolyzed water are numerous. Following are a few of the most common uses sorted by category.
Household – Around the house, the purpose is to keep surfaces disinfected and sanitary from pathogens that can be passed from person-to-person. Kitchen surfaces and appliance handles are the most common areas that benefit from being routinely wiped with the Sauveur CL Electrolyzed water. Other critical targets include: furniture, bathroom surfaces, sinks and toilets, key boards, door handles, commonly held tools or utensils, toys, and remote controls.
Business & Industrial – The same critical points of contact in the home also apply at work or in a business environment. Commonly used tools, door handles, keyboards, and appliances such as coffee pots, printers, and door handles are prime targets for the transfer of pathogens among workers and visitors.
Agriculture – In an agricultural setting most transfer of pathogens can be mitigated by the use of gloves. If not a disposable glove, then wipe the surfaces of your gloves when done using. Also, commonly used tools, vehicle and implement handles are critical points of contact, and can be quickly treated with electrolyzed water.
Health – The ultimate purpose of routinely using the Sauveur CL Electrolyzer is to protect your health. Of equal importance is the ability to nurture the habit of disinfecting the surfaces you use every day. Although the electrolyzed water from the Sauveur CL in not to be used internally inside the body, external use on your skin, face, hands, and anywhere else is highly effective at keeping viruses and bacteria from compromising your health. Electrolyzed water is also highly effective as a gargle and mouthwash.
How Do I Apply the Alkaline & Acidic Solutions Properly?
How do I Apply the Alkaline (green) and Acidic (red) Solutions Properly?
There are three basic ways to apply the water:
1. Soak in a non-metal container.
2. Rub the solution on a surface with a sponge or other cloth or paper.
3. Spray from a bottle.
(Please note that if you apply the green water and red water in any combination where they can interact with each other, the water will be neutralized and return to harmless salt water)
Soaking – generally a non-metal container is used such as plastic or glass. Soaking your feet is a good example. If you have a cut, blister, or suffer from diabetes it is always a good idea to disinfect the area of concern by first using the green water to release any germs from their protective coating. So first soak your feet for at least 10 seconds – this water is very reactive and will do the job much faster than alcohol. After 10 seconds, or more, remove your feet and let them dry while you are changing the water to red water and then soak for at least another 10 seconds. The red water is a better killing agent and will kill all microorganisms that it touches. Let dry and you will notice your skin is much softer and very sterile.
You can also have a glass for dipping (for at least 10 seconds) your toothbrush to disinfect in the red water. Do the same with your comb and jewelry. The green water is probably not necessary but is a good idea if your environment becomes an area of concern.
Rubbing on Surfaces – Disinfect by rubbing the red solution on doorknobs, car handles, steering wheels, and anything that is touched with your hands during the course of a day and night. For cleaning, use the green water. Floors react quite well to the application of the green water. A subsequent red water application will disinfect even more so in times of concern.
Spraying – is the most commonly used application. Spray the green water on your hands, let dry, and then apply the red water. You will notice a distinct softness on your skin. Also, spray your shoes, hair, clothes anything that would carry a contagion with the green water first, let dry, and then the red water. If you feel you have been directly with someone that has a cold, flu or other type of infection, gargle with the green water first and then wait for more than 10 seconds and gargle again with the red water. Small doses of the green and red water is not harmful if you swallow – just do not drink it.
If you feel you have been exposed directly with a cold, flu, or epidemic virus that will infect your respiratory system, take the green water and mist it in the air in front of your nose and breath in a few times. Wait about a minute and do the same thing with the red water. The red water smells like swimming pool water but will not harm you. It is not recommended to do this all the time as all bad and good viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms will be killed. If you reach a point where the infection takes over, it is probably too late to do any good. Try to stop the problem before it begins.
To kill bacteria and other germs in your mouth, spray the green water first, wait and then spray the red water. After waiting more than 10 seconds, neutralize the red water by spraying the green water again. This will convert the red water to harmless saline solution. The red water has a corrosive problem on the enamel of your teeth. So neutralize it and you will notice that no plaque will form on your teeth and the enamel will be just fine.
There are lots of application for spray bottles. Carry a green and red small spray bottle for spraying your hands at a restaurant, after using the wash room, after shaking hands (later of course) and any situation where a contagion can be transferred to your body and respiratory system. Also, spray your shoes and shoe laces as they are nearest the highly infected areas.
In your kitchen, make sure your sponge and wash rags are treated and at times of major concerns, try to use paper plates and plastic glasses. Clean your counter tops with green first and red next. Keep handles on stoves and refrigerators wiped down. Spray any fruits, green first and red second, and other things to eat that are sitting out and then make sure you wash the items thoroughly before consuming any uncooked exposed surface food.
Your pets need washing with green and then red water to keep from being transmitters of viruses. Your children are very vulnerable to viruses. Try to keep their hands clean with green and then red at all times particularly when they first get home from school. Spray their books as well and shoes. Apply the green and red to their faces and hair whenever possible. Would not suggest the gargling or nose application for children; however, at times of great concern do whatever is necessary to keep them from getting infected with a dangerous virus.