Smart technology is slowly making its way to American homes. Gone are the days when you have to turn off every single home appliance when you’re going away for a much needed vacation. Now, you can turn them on and off via the internet. And it doesn’t end there.
You’ve probably heard of ionized tap water being used in replacement of commercial cleaning products with harmful chemicals. Businesses, like processing plants, hotels, and restaurants, have been using ionized tap water to clean and disinfect. Products, like the GEP Ionator EXP, have become powerful defense tools against the spread of diseases like H1N1 and other potentially harmful bacteria and virus. So you know ionized tap water is great. But what’s the science behind it? How does ionizing tap water actually work?