Zr Water is electrified high-alkaline water that acts like soap but doesn’t leave any chemical residue after using it. No residue means there is nothing left on the surface to attract oils and dirt back to it. Therefore, the surfaces in your home stay clean longer! You don’t have to take our word for it, you can try it out yourself! Here is a quick list of the 5 most common uses for Zr Water. 

Then at the end, we will add a list of pretty much everything else it can be used on!

1.Stainless steel

A popular choice in residential home appliances and commercial kitchens, it brings a modern touch to any kitchen. Stainless steel is non-porous so bacteria doesn’t soak into it which is one of the reasons it is so popular in those areas. 

Due to its popularity, you can also find, not just major appliances, but really any appliance in stainless steel. Blenders, coffee makers, toasters, waffle irons, etc… Making it easy to have a well-coordinated kitchen. 

One downside to stainless steel is that Every. Time. You. Touch. It. It leaves a fingerprint. 

The upside to that is that it easily wipes off! 


…But then you have a stupid streak across from where you wiped it… 

That’s where Zr Water comes in! It wipes away those pesky spots on your stainless steel but it ALSO doesn’t leave any sort of greasy residue. Once the area dries there is no streak left behind! How cool is that? 

 2. Kids Toys

You know, those things your kids litter the floor with right after you finished cleaning? They seem to get used more than anything else in the house. Being constantly drug across the floor, put in mouths, thrown outside. Let’s face it…they gather a certain amount of…gunk. That’s the technical term by the way ;).  

The question on your mind is probably “How do I keep these toys clean without using soaps or harsh chemicals?” 

Or at least it should be…

Once again Zerorez is here to help! Spray the toy down with Zr Water. Granted, as long as it’s not going to damage the toy. Let it sit for a minute, then boom! Wipe it off and immediately hand it back to the kiddo. 

Who will then in turn probably go stick it in the toilet… but hey… you tried. 

3. Windows and Mirrors

One of the easier-sounding chores right? So it would seem… but there are tons of people out there who live with streaky windows. Even some of the most experienced cleaners have a hard time with windows. 

This is of course due to one of two things One: Chemical residue from the cleaner getting smeared all over the pane. Or two: Dust and/or debris left stuck to the glass and leaves smudges. 

With Zr Water, cleaning mirrors and windows is actually as easy as it sounds. Since it breaks down oils and dirt it helps loosen all of that gunk off the surface. 

We have already covered the no chemical residue part, of course since there is no residue there are no streaks! It’s as easy as that!  

4. Greasy High Touch Areas

Living with other people in the house can be taxing. They rarely have the same level of cleanliness, personal hygiene, or respect for your things as you do. We are mainly talking about kids here… 

Undoubtedly, there are areas in your home that everyone touches. Areas like door knobs, light switch plates, fridge handles, the remote, we could go on, but you get it. The high touch areas. 

With these high-touch areas come dirt, lipids, and whatever else from everyone’s hands. And you can probably guess what we are going to say next.

That’s right.

Zr Water breaks down lipids! All without leaving any sort of residue for MORE oils to be attracted to! 


5. Common uses on Carpet  

We are a carpet cleaning company, this is always going to make the list of the most common uses for Zr Water. Mainly because it’s the number one thing it’s used on! 

When other carpet cleaners come to clean they have to lay down chemicals to help break down the oils. If those chemicals aren’t 100% rinsed from the carpet fibers, they leave a chemical residue. This residue then attracts more dirt back to the area because that’s exactly what soap is designed to do. 

The way a soap molecule is designed, one end is hydrophilic so it’s attracted to water while the other end is hydrophobic which means it hates water. This end is attracted to grease and oils. This is beneficial because one end attaches to the dirt while the other attaches to water so it can be rinsed away. 

The problem is when soap is left on a surface without being rinsed off it continues to do what it does best. Which is attract grease and oils and over time the area is even dirtier than it was before you cleaned. 

At Zerorez instead of using harsh chemicals, we use our Zr Water! No Harsh Chemicals. No Soap. Cleans Better Than Both™


Other Common Uses For Zr Water:

  • Dog toys
  • Stovetops
  • Tile Floors
  • Rinsing fruit
  • Car interiors
  • Spot cleaning carpets
  • Spot cleaning upholstery
  • Cabinets
  • Countertops
  • Inside the microwave
  • Sunglasses
  • Cell phones
  • Plants
  • Tables 
  • Chairs
  • Pet cages
  • Inside the fridge
  • And so much more