Hypochlorous Acid Spray Bottle

Hypochlorous Acid Spray Bottle


The antibacterial action of HOCl, also promotes and accelerates healing of the skin everywhere on the body. There have been many reports of remarkable healing of burns, scrapes and cuts that seem to disappear in a fraction of the time usually associated with these injuries. With respect to burns caused by cooking accidents or sunburns, not only does the pain and discomfort associated with these injuries abate, but also the redness and blistering seems to heal much more quickly. Much of this is directly attributable to the effects of Hypochlorous Acid.

Using Calcium Hypochlorite Powder to Make Your Spray Bottle.
Equipment & Supplies Needed:

  • One 4 ounce or (120 ml/) spray bottle (you may use any size bottle, adjust ingredients accordingly, glass is preferred but plastic is fine)

  • 1/8-1/4 teaspoon or (0.5-1.0 gram) of Calcium Hypochlorite Powder

  • 4 ounces or (120 ml/) of warm Distilled or Zero filtered water


1. Mix the 1/8-1/4 teaspoon (0.5 or 1.0 gram) of Calcium Hypochlorite Powder with the 4 ounces (120 ml/) of warm water in a spray bottle until completely dissolved.

2. Use a glass container for this step. Pour the Hypochlorous Acid solution through a clean paper coffee filter or other filter, from the spray bottle into the glass container (this is to filter out any small clumps that might be left, which may cause a clog in your spray nozzle if they’re not filtered out well).

3. Rinse out the inside of the spray bottle to make sure there aren’t any remaining clumps on the inside, and then transfer the filtered Hypochlorous Acid solution back into the spray bottle.

4. Pour into a spray bottle and use frequently for best results. This solution will easily last 1-2 months without losing its potency. 

5. HOCl may discolor clothing, furniture, carpet/flooring, etc. Take care where you spray as it has the ability to bleach even though it IS NOT bleach!

Always Keep Hypochlorous Acid Away From Light and Heat.

DO NOT EVER USE DMSO with Calcium Hypochlorite or the Hypochlorous Acid Solution!

Using DMSO with Calcium Hypochlorite or the Hypochlorous Acid Solution may result in burns to the skin.

Is Hypochlorous Acid Safe?

Hypochlorous acid is the perfect disinfectant, not only for its incredible kill rate across a broad spectrum of pathogens but also because unlike other products in the chlorine family, such as sodium hypochlorite (bleach), it carries zero warnings and is classed as non-hazardous. It can be safely used inside the body to kill pathogens and outside, to sanitize surfaces and hands, clean wounds, wash fruits and vegetables and even clean your baby's toys.
The EPA has Hypochlorous Acid listed in their official list

You can purchase Hypochlorous Acid (Calcium Hypochlorite) here

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