What Is Sodium Hydroxide?

Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) creates soap when used on oils and fats in a process called saponification. It is a principle component in many soaps and detergents good reason because it is a grease cutter. It is the ingredient in many products that actually does ‘the work.’ Other ingredients added to soaps and detergents are put there to sud, bubble, and smell. We have been conditioned to think that if there are no suds there is no cleaning. We have also been conditioned that if a cleaning solution does not have a scent, it is not as effective. This is simply not true. In fact, these often unnecessary additives create residue build-up that trap dirt and over time can make floors and carpeting look prematurely old. Alkaline electrolyzed water produced by the R-Water system breaks down and eliminates these residues, often making flooring look ‘new’ again.

SODIUM HYDROXIDE IN FC+

The alkaline electrolyzed water produced by R-Water can be used to clean floors, carpets, furniture, dishware and a myriad of other surfaces without soap or detergents. FC+ can safely be added to auto-scrubbers, carpet cleaning machines, upholstery cleaning machines etc. Because FC+ doesn't leave a residue behind, extensive ‘rinsing’ labor is saved, and properties can feel good knowing they are helping to prevent slips and falls in their workplace.

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