Natural-born hunter’s ruthless germ destruction
Roused, alert and hungry, hydrogen peroxide is a different animal once it’s ionised. A tireless hunter in full camo stripes.
Prowling everywhere, it scours through the air, across all surfaces and deep into cracks and crevices – the claws of its charged molecules slashing at individual cells of viruses and bacteria – ripping them apart.
There is no escape. The oxygen atoms destroy ALL germ cells. In 10 minutes, depending on room size – the whole place is sterile.