Water, Salt & Science

How is Dew made?

We take a solution of de-ionised water and high purity salt and apply a small electrical charge to every water molecule. 

This divides the brine solution into two highly versatile liquids, each with either a positive or negative charge.

The negative charge creates a liquid highly versatile for cleaning and degreasing applications.

The positive charge creates a sanitising liquid that is 80 times more effective than alcohol or bleach at destroying viruses.

Pharmacy Product

(-) charge = cleaner, Sodium hydroxide to dissolve grease, the small electric charge on the water molecule polarises Dew on the surface magnifying its cleaning effect.  This creates a natural all purpose cleaner with stain removing properties.

Cleaning Products are colour coded green

All Surgical Glove

(+) charge = sanitiser, Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is known as “nature’s germ killer” as it occurs naturally in the human body.  It’s 80 times more effective than alcohol or bleach-based products at destroying bacteria and viruses.  The positive charge on the water molecule disrupts the outer wall of pathogens in seconds.  It’s oxidising agent destroys viruses.

Sanitising products are colour coded blue

From 2 natural ingredients we create 2 powerful liquids which are all you need to clean and sanitise your home, school or business.

Dew Cleaner

Dew Cleaner
Dew cleaner, ‘Removes wine or pen mark stains from soft furnishings’

Dew Cleaner

Dew Cleaner
Dew cleaner, Streak free cleaning for glass & stainless steel

Dew Sanitiser

Dew Sanitiser
One sanitiser for surfaces & the air we breathe

Dew Sanitiser

Dew Sanitiser 
HOCL, was used in World War 1 to treat wounds

The active ingredient in Dew sanitiser, HOCL has been proven to kill SARS-COV-2 (COVID-19) in 30 seconds.

HOCL is approved in the USA by the FDA for COVID prevention.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) lists Hypochlorous acid as a “critical commodity for the purpose of PPE for health care facilities” throughout the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Hypochlorous Acid?

Hypochlorous Acid is the substance our bodies produce to fight infection, so its germ killing properties are well known and understood and since our own bodies produce it naturally. It's the active ingredient in Dew Disinfect, Sanitiser and Air and is proven to be 99.995% effective at destroying bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores.

Why does DEW have a slight smell of bleach?

One of the constituents of Dew Disinfect, Sanitiser and Air is Hypochlorous acid, which, when it reacts with oxygen in the air gives off a tiny amount of gas, which is what you can smell.

Can I use DEW around my pets?

DEW can be used in a number of ways to help care for your pets. Regular spraying of their bedding, will neutralised pets smells and reduce bacteria. Spray on any wounds to act as an Antiseptic.

Regulatory information

Dew is not hazardous to health, when used as directed there is no requirement for personal protective equipment or COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) regulation.

All Dew sanitisers have successfully been tested to BS EN (European Standard) testing protocols. Dew is listed under Article 95 of that regulation, for Product Types 1 to 5.

BS EN 1499 - Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics: Hygienic hand wash
BS EN 1500 - Chemical disinfectants and antiseptics: Hygienic hand rub
BS EN 1650 - Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of fungicidal or yeasticidal activity of chemical disinfectants and antiseptics used in food, industrial, domestic and institutional areas
BS EN 13623 - Quantitative suspension test for the evaluation of bactericidal activity against Legionella BS EN 13697 - Quantitative Surface Test for the Evaluation of Bactericidal or Fungicidal Activity
BS EN 14476 - Chemical Disinfectants and Antiseptics – Quantitative Suspension Test for the Evaluation of Virucidal Activity in the Medical Area Additionally, Ecoanolytes has chosen to supplement these mandatory tests with:
BS EN 901 - A European standard for substances used in the disinfection of water fit for human consumption
BS EN 1276 - Chemical Disinfectants Bactericidal Activity Testing