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Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) is an antimicrobial pesticide recognized for its disinfectant properties since the early 1900s. Chlorine dioxide kills microorganisms by disrupting the transport of nutrients across the cell wall. Antimicrobial pesticides are substances used to control harmful micro-organisms including bacteria, viruses or fungi on inanimate objects and surfaces. Chlorine dioxide smells somewhat like chlorine bleach, but it should not be confused with chlorine bleach or chlorine gas. They all share the name of "Chlorine" but are very different chemicals that react differently and produce by-products that have little in common. Chlorine dioxide forms none of the harmful by-products produced by chlorine gas or chlorine bleach.

Chlorine bleach and chlorine gas both operate through chlorination of a substance, the sharing of a chlorine atom. Chlorine Dioxide is effective through an oxidation process where a substance is oxidized.

Chlorine dioxide forms none of the harmful by-products produced by chlorine. Chlorine dioxide functions as a highly selective oxidant and it remains as a free stable radical even in diluted chilled water.

Chlorine dioxide readily vaporizes and reacts with many things around it, or it decomposes and it is gone. Once

Chlorine dioxide is deployed through spraying or wiping a surface, or is used as a gas, it either reacts or it decomposes. One of the most significant benefits of ClO2 is that it does not stay around.

Chlorine Dioxide covers a broad range of uses and remains active and effective through a large band range of ph scale from 1-8.

Chlorine Dioxide can be used as a liquid, a gas or in tandem depending on the recommended protocols. When applied as either gas or liquid, ClO2 goes to work and does its job and when it is finished the gas breaks down into sodium ions and the liquid breaks down into salt and water. It has been tested and proven to be the most effective tool in the odor removal industry today.

Chlorine Dioxide inhibits the growth of mold & mildew, kills odour causing bacteria and eliminates odours from cigarette smoke, fire smoke, urine, fecal matter, skunk, rotten food to name a few.

Chlorine Dioxide's active properties are based on oxidation rather than chlorination, and does not react with organic matter to form DBPs like Chlorine (CL2) does. Unlike Chlorine (CL2), Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) remains a true gas when dissolved in water as it does not hydrolyze in water.

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