I’ve been seeing and getting a lot of “smart” stuff lately. I’m amazed at how this huge challenge for everyone has pushed us to think outside the box and create something new. This week, I received a smart spray that can help you make your own disinfectant. Just wanted to say that this is so cool!
About the Smart Spray
This spray converts water and salt into Sodium Hypochlorite (liquid bleach). It uses electrolysis technology to electrolyze the water added with the appropriate amount of salt. Why do I say appropriate amount? The appropriate concentration of sodium hypochlorite disinfection water is safe and also reliable when it comes to protecting us from bacteria.
How to Make your Own Disinfectant
- Fill the Bottle up to 270ml with tap water.
- Using the spoon that comes with the spray bottle (please avoid losing this spoon), add 2 spoons of iodized salt. One salt spoon is at 2 grams.
- Cover up and shake a bit. Remove the cover before electrolysis.
- Connect the power cord and turn on the power button (long press) then select the desired concentration (low, medium or high). Long press the work button to shift modes.
- To start electrolysis, press the Work button once. A blue light indicator will light up. When it’s done, the blue light of the Smart Spray will turn off.
Cover the bottle and voila! You’re done with making your own disinfectant.
How can you use this Smart Spray?
Here are the things that you can use it for:
- Clean fruits
- Sanitize Hands
- Clean cuts and wounds
- Cleanse Seafood
- Keep meat fresh
- Clean bottles
- Clean phones
- Disinfect Sofa
- Sanitize Table and Chairs
- Disinfect office and school supplies
- Disinfect car interior
- Disinfect Packages
- Disinfectant on mats
- wash cloth masks
- Disinfectant for children’s toys
- clean and wash kitchen tools
- Clean sink
- Clean bathroom
With this new discovery, it leads me to my point that we always need to question things around us. Why do we need to buy some things when we can just create?
Just something to ponder on.
To check out more details on this Smart Spray, please go to www.smarthomephils.com
To see other “Smart” stuff that I reviewed, here are some of the links: