Like magic, the ActiveIon Ionator vows to turn ordinary tap water into a sanitizing industrial solvent. That means no more trips to the grocery for professional-grade chemical cleaners. Just put batteries, fill it from the faucet and get rid of up to 99% of bacteria.
How does it work? Once filled with liquid from your water supply, a cell applies a slight electrical charge to the contents, which then passes through an ion exchange membrane that turns it into ionized hydric acid (an oxygen-rich mixture of positive and negative nano-bubbles). That transformed product is now what gets sprayed (only six seconds of continuous flow needed) onto your home or office's dirty surfaces, performing it's sanitizing magic like regular chemical cleansers.
According to the company, this non-toxic ionized, antibacterial water can attract dirt like a magnet, lifting its hold and allowing you to wipe it away with a dry cloth. It's apparently the same technology being used in cleaning food processing plants and large hotels, except it's been applied into a smaller, consumer-friendly contraption.
It's available in three models: the ionator HOM, the ActiveIon Pro and the ionator EXP. The first is an 11-inch container (12 oz) designed for home use, while the other two feature commercial-grade 13-inch variants (17 oz), with the latter offering extended warranty. They all function much the same way, cleaning and sanitizing multiple surfaces, such as glass, steel, natural stones, fabrics, carpets and more.
Each ActiveIon Ionator is estimated to last between 3 to 5 years. Even at the short end of that, it sounds like a great investment, especially if you regularly do heavy cleaning around the house. Pricing are as follows: ionator HOM ($169), ActiveIon Pro ($199) and ionator EXP ($329).