Does Ozone really kill bacteria and remove pesticides?

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Does Ozone really kill bacteria and remove pesticides?

When mentioning ozone many people think of the earth's protective layer which protects us from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. The same ozone is used in many countries to remove bacteria in drinking water, detoxify the air and as treatment for agricultural products. It is important to know how to properly use ozone in order to stay safe and protect the environment.

Ozone's strength increases when it is mixed with water. This allows ozone to kill bacteria even faster. Furthermore using ozone as a sterilizer does not create secondary pollution. It leaves little trace of pollutants on water, air, food and utensils.

This is an advantage unmatched by average cleaners. Cashido's patented machinery is capable of producing ozone from the oxygen molecules present in the air. Through evenly mixing ozone molecules with water Cashido's Ozone Antibacterial Sanitizer creates ozonized water with extraordinarily high oxidization powers. The bacteria-killing power of this ozonized water makes it nature's sanitizer.