Ozone for Health and Cleaning
While ozone gets a bad rap for its association with pollution (it is actually caused by pollution interacting with heat and light) and excessive amounts or too much exposure seem to cause breathing problems in many people, it's highly useful in other situations.
In Europe, thousands of medical doctors use ozone for therapeutic purposes. Their key is bypassing the lungs; they inject it directly into the blood for purification purposes.
But even here in the States, ozone is effectively used by industry for purifying pools and water sources; cleaning and disinfecting food; and cleaning and disinfecting laundry. (It's also used for air purification, including in surgery rooms; but they allow the gas to dissipate before people are breathing it directly.)
In 2012 I got involved with a brand of ozone products and started using them around the house and discovered just how great they are. Friends know that we had some carpet stains from a dog that we couldn't get rid of with any other product. But we took some ozonated water to the stains and they lifted out in minutes.
It is known that ozone disinfects (kills microbes like bacteria and viruses), which is why it's such a great tool in hospitals and hotel laundry, though you can't make claims of it killing 100% of anything, since that depends on water temperature; ozone production; amount of product or area being disinfected; and so on. But basically, it's a good old killing tool. So after seeing it work on the carpet, I've begun using it to clean the bathroom as well. That can save you money on cleaning products, and it doesn't release any chemicals into the environment.
We also regularly use ozone now to clean our fruits and vegetables. You can also use it on meat, but beware: you don't want to see what comes off the meat before you eat it. If your stomach is strong enough to see it, though, you'll be glad you cleaned it with ozone.
Our favorite product, however, is our ozone laundry system. Like I said, hospitals and hotels use ozone to clean laundry, but until now, units have been too big for home use. Finally, though, you can now buy home ozone units like ours here.
And that's exactly right: we're not just using the products. We're selling them now. So ... bias taken into consideration, anyone who knows me also knows that I don't want to make a dime off something I don't believe in, and I'll actively steer them away from any bad deal I've been introduced to. Fact is, I'll recommend our water ozonator before the ozone fruit and veggie washer even though we make more on the bowl, because I think the ozonator is much more flexible. I think you can find a plastic bowl in your house!
But the laundry system, well these things are great and I think they belong in every home in America. A little costly up front, but a great long term investment. You'll save money in the long run while getting cleaner laundry and supporting your health and the environment.
Questions? You can write to me through this website. But really ... head on over to our store, learn about the products there, then call or write through that site.
You can visit our store here: O3 Pure Store
Hotels and hospitals have long used ozone for laundry. Eliminates the need for soap and hot water while cleaning and disinfecting. Now you can do ozone laundry in your home.
Industry has long used ozone to clean water and food. Why not start cleaning your food with it and save on things like fruit & veggie sprays?
Keep low levels of ozone in the fridge to help eliminate odors and extend the life of fruits and vegetables.
Ozonate any water for a variety of household uses -- cleaning the home and food, footbaths, ozonated water for therapy, etc. Produces high-level ozone water.
Instantly turn tap water into low-level ozone water. Useful in a variety of settings around the home.