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Use anywhere you currently use toxic bleach and disinfectant products. The Hygienie Sanitizing Sprayer replaces expensive and harmful commercial chemical disinfectants with Sodium Hypochlorite created from salt, water, and electrolysis. Remove stubborn stains, clean household items, sanitize kitchen cutting boards, remove surface odors, remove food and tea stains, clean appliances and much more!

Your Home

Kitchen, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, Kids Play Areas, Laundry Room, ANYWHERE in your Home!


Boardrooms, Kitchens, Washrooms, Desks, Computers, Floors, ANYWHERE in your Office!


Can you think of a better place to keep your children germ free?


ANY Bathrrom-Restroom-Washroom is the ideal candidate for the Hygienie Bottle!


Kitchens, Bathrooms and especially Cutlery, Dishes, Tables and Chairs

Children's Toys

Keep your beloved children Germ and Toxic Free!


Sodium Hypochlorite is made by using electrolysis with a solution of salt and water. This proven solution is a safe and affordable solution you can now create at home with the Hygienie Sanitizing Sprayer.

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  • Electrolysis Cleaning Solution: Water + salt electrolytic cell produces sodium hypochlorite, a strong oxidant, and can replace oxidants such as bleach.
  • Efficient Cleaning: The safe but effective solution removes stains and deodorizes as effectively as commercial cleaners. You can use it to clean   countertops and furniture surfaces, air, skin, children’s toys, floor carpets, pet supplies, etc.
  • Easy to Use: The spray gun head features an easy push trigger and a 360-degree rotating nozzle. Press the button to turn on cleaning solution   electrolysis mode creating a solution in only 10 minutes.
  • Easy to Make Cleaning Solution: Add water and salt to the pot and start creating a cleaning solution with one click. After the solution is made, spray it   evenly; moisten the surface of the items, and wipe with a rag, cleaning cloth, or paper towel.
  • Variable Cleaning Concentration: Make 3 detergent liquid solutions; low concentration, standard concentration, and high concentration.

  • Dual Nozzle Spray Modes
  • Strong Non-Toxic ABS Plastic
  • Easy Clean Design
  • Easy One Touch Operation
  • 60 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • LIFETIME Warranty

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a batch of disinfectant cost?
Almost nothing – pennies at most. Our best estimates, a bottle of Strong Disinfectant should cost around 8 Cents.
How Do I Know How Much Salt To Add?
Basically the amount of salt you add determines the strength of the Disinfectant. The more salt, the stronger the Disinfectant. We have included a small chart in your User Manual that spells out the amount of salt to add for different strengths of Disinfectant.
How Long Does It Take To Make The Disinfectant?
10 Minutes. Once you have your salt and water in your Hygienie Bottle and press the button, you will hear a beep and notice colored lights dancing inside the bottle. When the process is finished, the lights will stop and you will hear another beep. Your Disinfectant is now ready to use.
How Many Times Can I Use This Machine?
The Hygienie Bottle is designed to be used over 10,000 times.
Hoe Long Does The Disinfectant Work For Once It's Made
Kept in the sealed Hygienie Bottle, it will remain effective for over 8 Hours, after which, it will begin to slowly lose some of it’s effectiveness.
Is There A Battery I Need To Charge For The Disinfectant To Work?
No need. There is no battery in the Hygienie Bottle, and once the process is finished, simply unplug the bottle and use it around your home as you would any other spray bottle.
Is this Disinfectant Food Safe?
Absolutely. It is recommended by the FDA for use in kitchens and on food contact surfaces.
Does The Disinfectant Have a Color Or Smell?
The color of the disinfectant will remain clear like the water you started with. You will notice a mild Chlorine smell like you would find at a swimming pool.
Can I add lavender, or other essential oils to make the spray smell nicer?
This shouldn’t affect the effectiveness of the disinfectant, but it is advised to add the fragrance after the Electrolysis process.
How large is the bottle?
The Hygienie Bottle holds 10oz of disinfectant, and measures 11″ tall, weighing about 20oz when full.
What is the most effective way to disinfect a large number of desks or tables?
For restaurant/office/classrooms where there are a large number of surfaces to disinfect, it is recommended to make a batch of disinfectant, pour it into a bowl with a cleaning cloth. While the cloth soaks, make another batch in the Hygienie Bottle. Then spray down the surfaces with the disinfectant in the bottle, and wipe down with the disinfected cloth.
Does The Hygienie Bottle kill mold & mildew?

Yes! The Hygienie Bottle kills mold & fungus as effectively as bleach & prevents it from returning. A key thing to know is that because it doesn’t contain any whiteners (like bleach), it won’t remove set in staining on porous surfaces like grout.

How does The Hygienie Bottle actually work?

The Hygienie Bottle is an appliance that uses electricity to change the chemical composition of salt and water into a powerful cleaner & disinfectant from the industrial space called electrolyzed water. Electrolyzed water has no harmful ingredients, residues or fumes and contains just 2 gentle, yet potent ingredients:

• Hypochlorous acid – a disinfectant that’s as effective as bleach. Hypochlorous acid is the same substance your white blood cells produce to fight infection, and it’s commonly the active ingredient in wound, eye, and veterinary care products because it’s so gentle and effective. Hypochlorous acid is gentle enough to spray on the surfaces children come into contact with.

• Sodium hydroxide – a detergent & grease-cutter without suds. It contains just 0.0000003% yet cleans as well as major brands that have up to 5%.

How Do I Know If This Works?

Sodium Hypochlorite is the disinfecting solution that the Hygienie Bottle produces, and it is recommended for use as a disinfectant by the following organizations: World Health Organization, EPA, FDA, The CDC, The National Library of Medicine, and The Journal of Hospital Infections.