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Yes it’s true .
The process of disinfecting involves two main aspects - removing unwanted germs or killing them. Alkalized water has the ability to do both, making it a particularly powerful disinfectant. The water has a comparably low surface tension to other liquids, making it ideal for the absorption of toxins and bacteria. It is possible to remove up to 99% of germs from a surface after spraying it with alkaline water. In cases where the water has a low pH of 2.5 or below, any bacteria or germs that will encounter it will die automatically. Ionized or alkaline water is suitable for drinking and for all types of cleaning.
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3 years, 6 month(s) ago
You can determine it by testing its pH level .
Scientifically, pure water is supposed to have hydrogen content (PH) of 7. A liquid with a PH below 7 is acidic and one that has a PH above 7 is basic. As alkaline is the base, water is said to be alkaline when it has a potential for hydrogen of more than 7.
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