Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Activeion ionator HOM Review & Giveaway ARV $180


I think every mother's dream would be to find one product that takes care of ALL cleaning needs.  A tool that will eliminate the need for all other cleaners, especially harsh cleaning chemicals.  What would you say if I told you Activeion has made this very tool?

That's right!!  Activeion created the ionator HOM.  This is a handheld appliance that alters regular tap water- it converts it into ionized water that will clean AND sanitize all without ever using and harsh chemicals.  This is a great multi-surface cleaner and kills the 2009 Pandemic H1N1 Influenza A virus and more than 99.9% of most harmful bacteria (E. coli, VRE, Salmonella, MRSA, Pseudomonas, Staph, Listeria and E. coli O157:H7) when used as directed.

I am so excited to see just how much I will save from not purchasing cleaners anymore.  The Ionator HOM replaces the need for every cleaner imaginable- glass cleaner, carpet cleaner, stainless steel cleaner, granite cleaner, leather cleaner, wood cleaner, etc.  These are just a handful of the products I will now be able to throw away.  I love the fact that not only am I saving money but I am also getting rid of these cleaners that come with warning labels.  You know, the ones that say may cause harm to skin, eyes when ingested or inhaled.  It is so nice to not have to own a product with a chemical-related health warning.  This should be a main concern with parents.  I feel a lot more comfortable knowing I am not creating a harmful environment for my children.  Activeion products carry no health related warnings.


Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) at the University of Massachusetts Lowell tested Activeion technology against the leading chemical cleaners. Its conclusion – Activeion cleans as well or better than general purpose and specialized chemical cleaners. Our own tests have reached the same conclusion over and over again. 

There are a few major kinds of problems the ionator cannot deal with like synthetic oil spills or heavy calcium deposits- Activeion states the ionator HOM and ionator EXP are general purpose cleaners, not miracle cleaners.  I disagree!!  I love the Ionator HOM and think it is a miracle.  I can deal just fine with the heavy duty oils and calciums another way but I am so happy to be able to get rid of all the nasty chemicals from under my sink!


How it works as well as proof- (from Activeion site)
The human eye can't see germs—nor can it see Activeion technology killing the germs. This killing process, called "irreversible electroporation," sends a low level electrical charge into germs and bacteria that permanently ruptures their cell membrane.


A scanning electron microscope at a major university studied the effects of electroporation in Activeion technology. The images below show representative Escherichia coli (E.coli) and Staphylococcus (Staph) bacteria before and after applying the Activeion device in a 2 second spray. (WARNING: LOTS OF GERMS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THESE PHOTOGRAPHS.)


Note: These electron micrographs were obtained by the Characterization Facility at the University of Minnesota, pursuant to a study conducted by Orbio Technologies, a Tennant Company Group and licensing partner of Activeion.

Bacteria cell walls are clearly compromised and these germs are dead, along with the their chance of causing sickness or infection.

For Activeion to legally claim that the ionator EXP and ionator HOM kill germs, the United States EPA requires that every claim be validated by proper testing at an independent laboratory. The testing must comply with a specific EPA protocol, called the Good Lab Practice (GLP) protocol. According to the lab results of Activeion's testing, when used as directed the Activeion ionator EXP and ionator HOM kill more than 99.9% of E. coli, staph, salmonella, E. coli O157:H7, pseudomonas, listeria, MRSA, VRE, and the H1N1 virus. And the lab didn't even see our pictures!



I haven't noticed a MAJOR difference between cleaning with the Ion HOM compared to other cleaners.  I tested it out on my counter and wiped the top three times with 409 and the bottom with the Ion HOM and it did wipe up a little better.  Thes best part is knowing it is killing germs!  We have used this on our fridge, dresser, carpet, entertainment stand, table, and many more places!


The ionator HOM is so simple to use.  You fill it with tap water and push a button to spray.  It plugs in to recharge when needed.  I only have needed to once!  It lights up green (picture below) to let you know it is charged and ready to go.


This is definitely something I would recommend to everyone!!  Why have all of the harsh cleaners in your home when you can make a large purchase ($180) one time to have a safer atmosphere and save money in the long run.  I would especially recommend this to those with children or who may be allergic to other chemicals/cleaners.

BUY IT:  Find out where to purchase Activeion products HERE

WIN IT:  If it wasn't enough to make your day just leaning about a safer, easier way to clean your home, Activeion has offered one of The Simple Things readers their own ionator HOM!!
 


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This contest will end Wednesday, November 24 2010 at 11:59 p.m. PST. The winner will be chosen using random.org. Winners will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If the winner(s) do not claim their prize in the 48 hour period, a new winner(s) will be chosen at random


Disclaimer: I did not receive any form of cash for this review and this is written based on my own honest opinion (other people opinions may vary). I was provided with an ionator HOM to be reviewed but this does not affect my review and opinion of the product(s)

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  1. I love cleaning products so I'd love to use this instead of harsh chemicals. Thanks!
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  2. We could benefit from it because we had a scare with my youngest contracting salmonella (no idea where he got it from-no one else in our family got sick) and since them I have been a maniac about sanitizing. This product would definitely help me with my obsession.
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  3. My daughter has multiple major autoimmune illnesses so we are trying to remove all toxins from our home to see if they can help her. This looks like a great answer to our cleaning needs.

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  12. It would benefit us by limiting the amount of cleaning chemicals we use in the house.

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  13. Being able to stop buying all those pricey cleaners would really go a long way to helping us with our budget. I would be able to put more money away for my son's college.

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  14. A great way to clean without using harsh chemicals

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  15. Wow could our household benifit from this! We have preemie twins, and I am terrified of using any kind of chemicals while cleaning. I have been using viniger and water. Needless to say that does not cut it!

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  18. I think it is amazing that you are suppose to use tap water instead of filtered water.

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  22. it cleans with tap water, and I would love to try this on my fiberglass shower that never seems to come really clean

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  23. We could benefit from this because it has no chemicals. Even the "green" cleaners we buy at the store are still full of stuff I don't want on my skin.
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  29. A great way to clean without using harsh chemicals

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  30. We would love one of these! I have two very fair, asthmatic children and it would be great to go without cleaners.

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  36. My family suffers from allergies. this would be wonderful.
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  38. i learned about how it works. When applied directly to a surface, the ionized water helps lift the dirt from the surface like a magnet, enabling it to be wiped away; amypugmire@live.com

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  46. I love the idea that it uses just water! Having allergies in the house it's hard to use products that don't affect them. This would be PERFECT!

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  48. I could use one with all the pets I have and their "accidents".

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  49. I would love to use this because cleaning and killing germs without chemicals sounds like a dream! Thank you!

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  56. I've been trying to go greener and safer with cleaning products in our household. It seems that cats can be particularly sensitive to some commercial cleaning products. I am also particularly susceptible to headaches from working with some chemicals.
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  61. I learned that before Activeion, products incorporating these technologies cost thousands of dollars or were only available in specialized laboratory equipment.

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  70. I learned the company is based in Minnesota

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  71. Activeion really is every Mother's dream product! I read that it's a great carpet "spotter".
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  88. This would be great for sanitizing toys without harmful chemicals.

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  107. I’d like to try it because it’s safe and removes more than 99.9% of harmful bacteria which is more than just important when you have a toddler and it’s environmentally friendly as well, which is a huge plus!
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  116. I learned that they use electrolysis and electroporation to destroy harmful germs.

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  127. I learned that I dont need to buy all those other cleaning items if I have this, and they arent as effective as the Ionator Hom, I was buying to much kitchen, bathroom, ect cleaners and can actually use this one great invention to clean, sanitize and get rid of any hidden germs that may be left behind from using those other cleaners, I love being able to save money and having a much healthier house, thanks for the great giveaway

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  137. We could benefit from it because we had a scare with my youngest contracting salmonella.

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  141. Our household could benefit from this because I currently clean with vinegar and water, to try to keep chemicals out of our home, but that's not really killing germs. This woudl kill germs AND be chemical free! I want one so bad!
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  156. This would be great, and eliminate the need for chemicals that seem to aggravate everyone's allergies.

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  157. I have little upper body strength due to being chronically ill. I would benefit because this products lifts up dirt so it wipes away easily.
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  160. I like killing bacteria and viruses in my house but I am not always crazy about the chemicals in cleaners. The ActiveIon could benefit our house by sanitizing without chemical fumes.

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  162. My home could use one of these because over the last year I have been converting all of my cleaning products to cleaner, more environmentally friendly (and healthier for us!) products. I would absolutely love to try one of these.

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  167. My family would benefit from the Activeion ionator HOM b/c it would save us money on multiple products and save my household from harmful toxins. Thanks for the contest! codisweepstakes2 (@) gmail(dot)com

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  175. tweeted http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/7072830474682369

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  176. My household would love to have one of these! My daughter has asthma so really try to keep chemicals out of the house. The HOM would be fabulous for us! Thanks so much!

    molomatic at gmail dot com

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  177. This would be perfect for my house as my son has pretty bad asthma and has been in the hospital due to this over the years. It would be nice to clean without all those harsh chemicals affecting him.

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  178. I tweeted
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  179. I make my dogs homemade food and that involves a lot of raw foods, this would really help to ensure germs are gone!


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  180. I've switched to "green" cleaning products, but they just don't seem to work as well. I'd be willing to try out the ActiveIon Ionator HOM to see if it lives up to the hype! Plus, it would end up saving us money since it just uses water, which would be AWESOME! Thanks for the giveaway.
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  181. I tweeted
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  182. My household could benefit from having its own ionator HOM because I'd definitely want to clean more often. I hate using harsh and dangerous chemicals. If I could use just plain ionized water and kill the germs and clean effectively, I'd eagerly use the ionator HOM often.

    flashlight13114 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  183. daily tweet. thank you! http://twitter.com/Aerated/status/7442909695582208
    kirbycolby at gmail dot com

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  184. We could benefit from this because we have allergies so bad in this house, the pets and a disabled person who can spread germs as they cant control their urinary tract so well anymore

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  185. Businesses big and small are discovering that one powerful and effective cleaner does it all, including saves money.



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  186. The ionator HOM can be used to clean soils, stains, dirt, dust, oils and more. Tests at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, showed that Activeion cleans as well as, or in some cases, better than, the general-purpose and specialized chemical cleaners selected for testing.

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