No germ comes back from being clobbered with oxygen
A super-oxidiser, that’s what hydrogen peroxide is. A Nineteenth Century germ-fighter, souped-up through this Hypersteriliser into a Twenty-First Century high performance gas plasma. A prowling tiger, waiting to be unleashed.
Ionised into a super-fine spray, it mists up a room in seconds – “whooshing” up and out – through the air, underneath and inside things, deep into cracks and crevices – places that ordinary cleaning just never gets to.
Its charged electrons attract it to viruses and bacteria. It releases its oxygen, ripping them apart – tiny amounts of colloidal silver boosting its performance to double and triple effectiveness.
All that’s left is water – and a microscopically thin layer of germ-resistant silver. So little water that it evaporates before it touches anything – like a dry spray – safe on keyboards and connections.