Make your own HypoChlorus Acid with this simple do-it-yourself system. *Does not include a mixing bottle or HOCl test strips.
Operation: Add 1/4th teaspoon of non-iodized salt to a quart of water in a tall container. If the pH of the water is over 7.5, add a tablespoon of white vinegar. Place the electrode into the water for 7 minutes, this will produce around 200 ppm HOCl. Transfer to a spray bottle.
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The NatureChlor can also be utilized to generate a cleaner/degreaser by substituting salt with potassium carbonate. Potassium Carbonate is commonly used in the production of soap and is easily available. Detailed instructions are in the NatureChlor Manual.
3 Foot cord to electrode, 3 foot cord to power supply.
Note: The required salt level is very low to reduce the chance of any salt residue when used as a spray.
Larger Volumes: To make 1 gallon, use a teaspoon of salt and run for 1 hour to produce 200 ppm HOCl. For higher concentrations run longer. The NatureChlor can make larger volumes, it just takes longer. To shorten the time use the NatureChlor+ or NatureChlorMAX.