Will the Echo Clean Harm any Surfaces? Will the Echo Clean Harm any Surfaces?

Will the Echo Clean Harm any Surfaces?

Your Echo Clean has the ability to produce 2 different solutions depending on the method used. Both of these solutions are safe for household surfaces. 


What about metals? The product is attributed to viral and bacterial cell wall destruction through ion exchange and not harsh detergents. Aggressive chemicals and detergents are what damage and interact with these metals


Here is a little bit about both of the solutions:


Hypochlorous Acid (No Salt Added)

As A Cleaner: Hypochlorous acid is much stronger as a disinfectant than bleach, but it has lower pH, salt content, and parts per million of chlorine. You can use less Hypochlorous Acid and still get the same (or better) effect as you would with bleach. This should not harm any surfaces.


Sodium Hypochlorite (99% Refined Salt Added)

Sodium Hypochlorite created is not bleach, it is an alternative to bleach. It is a cleaner even more potent than Hypochlorous Acid, without actually being bleach. Although it carries a bleach-like aroma, rest assured it’s friendly for use around your home as a disinfectant. Just remember to avoid direct contact with skin or food as If it contacts tissues, it can cause injury.  Breathing Sodium Hypochlorite fumes may also cause health risks especially if mixed with other products. Always use appropriate safety when cleaning with Sodium Hypochlorite.


We have not tested on all surfaces but to put your ease at mind - within the 2+ years this has been around, we have not had any issues with customers applying this to various surfaces within their home. If you are worried, I would suggest spot cleaning at first to check and make sure there isn't any negative impact to the desired surface

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