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What are the difference between quaternary ammonium salt and hypochlorous acid?

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Update time : 2020-05-29 14:03:18
The bactericidal effect and safety of quaternary ammonium salts are non-toxic and efficient, and hypochlorous acid is also non-toxic and efficient. What is the difference between the two? 
 
An important defect of hypochlorous acid as a disinfectant is that it is unstable and easily decomposes, which causes the effective ingredients to decline and fail. In addition, its strong oxidizing property will damage rubber and fabrics.

The disinfectants of quaternary ammonium salts are cationic surfactants, which will be ineffective when they encounter anionic surfactants, so such disinfectants cannot be mixed with washing powder and washing liquid.
 
The quaternary ammonium salt can continue to be sterilized on the surface of the object for a long time, and hypochlorous acid will quickly become water, which needs to be used regularly and repeatedly.

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