NatureChlor™ in a Degreasing Application
Safe and Natural Cleaning
As you may already know, Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) made by NatureChlor™ is a powerful disinfectant, but if you substitute salt (NaCl) with potassium carbonate (K₂CO₃), you add a whole new variation of what your NatureChlor™ can make for you. The result is a cleaner and degreaser, called potassium hydroxide (KOH), and it is even easier to make since it does not need vinegar. Instead, the pH gradually increases as the KOH solution gets stronger, automatically adjusting to the strength you need. The final pH can be anywhere from 9 to 13, so make sure to wear gloves to not degrease your own skin!
KOH is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA, and it works great as a heavy-duty degreaser for kitchen counters, ovens, stovetops, and floors. Outside of using gloves, it is a safe, non-toxic, all-natural solution produced with just water, potassium carbonate, and electricity.
EPA Est. 96527-CA-1