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No, hypochlorous acid and bleach are completely different, but both are related to chlorine.  

From a standpoint of cleaning and deodorizing, a hospital grade hypochlorous acid (HOCL) at 500ppm can destroy many more pathogens and much more safely than bleach.  

HOCL is produced from water and salt, and is a naturally occurring chemical found in your body that protects your blood vessels.    

At 500ppm, hypochlorous acid is 100X stronger than bleach and a superior cleaner. It’s tough of grime, gentle on humans. Made with all naturally occurring ingredients, there are no harsh chemicals, alcohol, or VOC, so no PPE is required.

hypochlorous acid

Hypochlorous acid is effective on all hard contact surfaces and ideal for regular use cleaning of high touch areas in the home, in schools, or in the workplace. It can also be safely used in rooms occupied by children, patients or elderly adults. It’s perfect for commercial and consumer use.

HOCL is produced at levels that also allow for ophthalmic use. You would never consider putting bleach in your eyes or using it on your skin as a hand cleanser! We recommend our Microbe Ninja hypochlorous acid 200 ppm (HOCL) solution that can be used for skin and

Microbe Ninja hypochlorous acid products are up to one fifth the cost of most products on the market. Learn more or shop HERE.

Produce hypochlorous acid in your own facility (or home) with the NinjaGen Compact.

Microbe Ninja NinjaGen Compact

*The NinjaGen Compact will produce a quality pH-neutral HOCL at pennies a gallon for smaller businesses, small farms, medical practices and more.

Learn more: https://microbeninja.com/ninjagen.

Note: Shelf life of hypochlorous acid is another critical differentiator. Once a bottle of a hypochlorous acid solution is opened, it becomes less stable and effective. Due to its naturally derived ingredients and lack of stabilizers, Hypochlorous Acid will expire after 30 days once opened. But it will maintain its effectiveness once bottled for 6 months.

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