Properly cleaning and disinfecting fitness equipment seems to be the same advice everywhere I look.
I get it.You want your equipment to stay in top shape and not only look good but smell good.
One of my friends and customers manages a slew of Planet Fitness health Clubs and we got to talking one day about what a hassle it was to maintain the equipment.The sweat and the salt in it is always attacking the surface of the equipment and cleaning alone is not effective to maintain appearance.
Most fitness facilities don't have the staff required to clean each piece of equipment after every use. Instead, they rely on users to wipe down their machines when finished by offering either spray cleaners or wipes. What type of cleaning product a facility offers matters less than how it's used; both spray cleaners and wipes can only be effective if used correctly, and damaging to equipment and end-users if not. The key is to have a good understanding of each product's capabilities.
Every time that you clean with this high ph cleaner,you will remove immediately all the sweat,bacteria, virus,makeup,whatever has come in contact with the equipment.
You will leave behind little nano-particles that will continue to work as long as there is light.
This increases your chances of a safer environment.There is nothing on the market that works like this.There is no photo-catalytic products being promoted in big box stores.
One half teaspoon per 32 ounces of water.
Under 40 cents a gallon.
An antibacterial cleaner that is capable of disinfecting; that
is, it kills most of the germs and viruses commonly found in health
clubs. There are various chemicals used as disinfectants, from
environmentally friendly options containing chemical agents derived from
citrus oils to older alcohol- or phenol-based cleaners. The problem
with the latter two, however, is that they pose a threat to equipment.
Properly cleaning and disinfecting fitness equipment can be environmentally friendly and can also protect the appearance of the exercise equipment.
Since the nineteen seventy's, it has
been known, that nano particles of titanium dioxide will constantly
produce hydrogen peroxide in the presence of interior or exterior UV light.
To date, this technology has not been economically
commercialized for building materials applications
for several reasons. First, up and until a few
years ago, the producers of TiO2 were only able to
make Micron and Macro size particles. It is only
recently that very small or Nano size particles have
been available. Key here is that each particle
regardless of size can only create so much activity
or catalytic effect, therefore if you could have 20
particles in the same area where you once had just
one large particle you will now have 20 times more
activity. Now you can enjoy the benefits of nano science TI02