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Why is Electrolyzed Water better?

  • Produced from electrolysis of ordinary tap water and salt producing a cleanser and sanitizer.

  • Uses electricity, water, and salt to create a cleanser and disinfectant.

  • May be used on all surfaces.

  • Can be generated at a food safe or hospital-grade concentrations.

  • Creates a concentrated solution without dyes, fragrances, or phosphates.

  • Safe for humans and animals because over time, it turns back to water and sodium chloride (salt).

  • Creates a healthier environment for your employees, customers, and your business.


How Does It Work?

  • When the electrolyzed water comes in contact with bacteria or viruses, it breaks them down and renders them harmless.

  • Cuts grease, lifts residue, and sanitizes surfaces.


What Should I Know?

  • Disinfects surfaces as quickly as four (4) minutes without needing to return and wipe them down.

  • Provides a more effective and healthier cleaning than any other conventional and even “green” product on the market.

  • Traditional cleaning solutions bond with dirt instead of breaking it down. Surfaces are never fully clean.

  • There is absolutely No Residue with the electrolyzed water solution, and it will remove all residual scum that built up over time from other products.

  • These residues can be harmful. The longer residue stays on surfaces the more risk for developing microbes, bacteria, and then morphs to super-bugs. This can result in a highly contaminated surface causing irritants, allergens, and illnesses for people.

  • When our multi-surface cleaner touches dirt, germs, and bacteria, it breaks them into minuscule particles. Our Maid Brigade team easily removes these with cloths and mops.


Why Does It Smell Like Chlorine?


When the salt and water go through electrolysis, one of the reactions causes a slight smell of chlorine. It is a smell only. There is not any chlorine in the cleaner, nor any synthetic fragrance. By using PUREmist, we now provide a solution based on innovative, evidence-based science. We are committed to using the purest products and eliminating the use of toxic chemicals. PUREmist by Maid Brigade provides you an effective and cost-friendly solution to creating a healthier work environment.




Cleaning large spaces can be a challenge, especially if those spaces include various surfaces that are difficult to clean and disinfect. Traditional wipes and trigger sprays, though effective, require significant effort and can be prone to human error, including missed surfaces. However, regular and comprehensive disinfection of these surfaces is key to reducing the spread of disease-causing pathogens. That’s where electrostatic spray technology comes in handy.


Q. What is electrostatic spray technology?


A. Electrostatic spray technology is a new way to apply cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants to help facilities treat surfaces, often in less time and with better coverage than traditional cleaning methods. The technology is well-established, with a history of more than 60 years in other areas, including agriculture, automotive, and tanning industries, but it has only recently been applied to surface disinfection.


Electrostatic sprayers work by charging liquids (i.e., cleaners, sanitizers, and disinfectants) as they pass through a sprayer nozzle. This generates charged droplets that repel one another and actively seek out environmental surfaces, which they stick to and even wrap around to coat all sides. The result is a uniform coating of sanitizer or disinfectant on sprayed objects, including hard-to-reach areas that manual cleaning can miss. The technology also helps avoid liquid pooling often associated with trigger sprayers.


Q. Where can I use electrostatic spray technology?


A. Use electrostatic sprayers anywhere you currently sanitize or disinfect. Effective electrostatic sprayers can cover a large area in minutes, so school classrooms, public restrooms, cafeterias, kitchens, equipment rooms, offices, waiting rooms, and even vehicles can all be treated efficiently. Because surfaces are coated evenly, wiping is not required regularly, only periodically to keep surfaces polished.


Electrostatic spray technology is used as an additional step to augment standard cleaning and ensure comprehensive surface coverage.


Q. What sprayer system styles are available?


A. Sprayer systems are available in several designs, such as rolling cart systems, handheld sprayers, and backpack sprayers. Handheld and backpack models offer operators flexibility but can be heavy when filled with liquid. Some sprayers use battery power to impart a charge on liquids, while others use a cord to draw power from a standard outlet plug.


Whichever sprayer you choose, electrostatic technology can help you cover more surfaces in less time, saving your facility money while providing the surface disinfection you need to prevent the spread of illness-causing pathogens.

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