- About Gard’n Clean
- Gard’n Clean’s Easy to Use System
- The Gard’n Clean Calculator
- What are the benefits of 99.9% pure chlorine dioxide?
- Gard’nClean Biocidal Efficacy versus Your Other Options
- Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) vs. Chlorine (bleach)
- Advantages of Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2)
- Disadvantages of Bleach
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Fact Sheet
- Quick Reference
- Featured Products
Germs and bacteria are not able to build up resistance to ClO2 because it attacks through oxidation.
What is Gard’nClean 99.9% ultra-pure chlorine dioxide?It is the world’s most user friendly, point-of-use (just add water) highly effective biocide for environmental sanitation.
Why use Gard’nClean instead of chlorine or similar compound?Gard’nClean’s 99.9% pure chlorine dioxide is not corrosive to infrastructure, does not create the same toxic compounds, and removes bioslimes and other pathogens at much lower concentrations than similar compounds.
More efficient, safer and effective than bleach!Introducing the newest technology in disinfecting and odor elimination from the innovators in microbial solutions.
What are the benefits of 99.9% pure chlorine dioxide?
It’s EFFECTIVE99.9% pure ClO2 is an oxidizer — plant pathogens are unable to build up a tolerance. It is effective against wide varieties of dangerous microorganisms including:
- mold & mildew
Unlike other disinfectants, there are no corrosion concerns at use levels. ClO2 can be used on food, water and in food preparation areas. It is because of our patented technology. Simply put, the chemical reaction that generates chlorine dioxide generates harmful by-products.
It’s 99.9% PURE
Our technology is eco-friendly and OMRI organic certified, requiring no special disposal or handling requirements. The activated solution has a neutral pH.
Gard'nClean Biocidal Efficacy versus Your Other Options
Oxidation capacity illustrates strength to attract electrons; higher oxidation capacity signifies greater ability to eliminate more pathogens using less disinfection concentration.
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) vs. Chlorine (bleach)
What is Chlorine?
Chlorine comes in a number of forms*:
- Chlorine gas
- Sodium hypochlorite “bleach” & calcium hypochlorite HTH tablets/granules
- Organo-chloro compounds which can release chlorine on contact with water; eg dichlorodiisocyanurate
*Regardless of the form of chlorine, the disinfecting agent is hypochlorous acid (HOCl).