Inventor and engineer David Weaver started out at Kodak some 40 years ago cleaning optical equipment by hand. Today, he's at the helm of his own eco-friendly cleaning product company — Aphex BioCleanse Systems. Its water-based active ingredient, Hy-IQ Water, contains no phosphates, surfactants, toxins or pesticides... it's just water. And it kills bacteria quicker without polluting our waters or hurting aquatic plants and animals. How? Hydrogen ions traveling at the speed of light; they breach the cell walls of exoskeleton germs, and — so far — have proven more effective in killing pathogens than alcohol-based solutions. Aphex's method can be used in various products: hand sanitizers, produce cleansers and hard-surface disinfectants. You can also use it in swimming pools instead of chlorine tablets. It's even safe for human consumption! (David proves it). Tune in as Tony Noto and Jonas Donnenfield get a physics lesson they'll never forget.
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