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Why eZall®

eZall® products are Bio-Based

eZall ® combines science and technology with Mother Nature for the ultimate in bio-based cleaning products. We save you time, effort and money.

What makes eZall® different

Our products are all bio-based. We are one of the only, if not the only company to offer the equine, cattle and large animal catagory a product that has the USEPA (Dfe) logo (http://www.epa.gov/oppt/dfe/index.htm). This means the review team has screened each ingredient in the product for the potential human health and environmental effects and that-based on currently available information, predictive models and expert judgement-the products contain only those ingredients that pose the least concern among chemicals in their class. For example, if a DFE-recognized product contains a surfactant, then that surfactant will biodegrade readily to nonpolluting byproducts: many surfactants in conventional products biodegrade slowly or biodegrade to more toxic and persistent byproducts, which threaten aquatic life. Are your all natural or plant based products screened by the EPA(Dfe) in this manner? We have gone to great lengths to bring you the best of the best in bio-based products.
  • Total Body Wash is made from a key non-ionic surfactant derived from soy, corn, palm and cotton seed oils, their alcohols, fatty acids, esters and other related materials.
  • This chemistry was the first partner with the EPA Design for the Environment program and the first product awarded a Clean Air Solvent listing by the California South Coast Air Quality Management District.
  • In addition, the product enjoys a very long list of extraordinary achievement as 100% bio-based product under the USDA BEES program for environmentally preferred products program.

The major reasons for such success lies in the fact that we have very firm policies against the use of any amount of caustic, metasillicate, chlorine, petroleum distillates, phenolics (nonyl or octyl phenols), turpenes, glycol ethers, phosphates, silicones, ammoniates, sulfonates, aldehydes, heavy metals, any synthetics or toxic colorants, fragrances, thickeners or foam modifiers.

In the most beneficial ways, our products are all of the best things that can be said about seed oils and naturally occurring safe, hardworking chemistries that provide the best cleaning with the least invasive, safest chemistry available anywhere. Our company does not mention competitors by name. However, our competitors continue to use many of the very chemistries that we do not, notably sodium laureth, tripolyphosphates, borates, ammonia, and aldehydes to name a few. These products do not clean as well, are known to be irritating to the skin of animals, and harmful to their coats. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and its close relative Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are not contained in eZall's products. (Look at your shampoo bottle and you'll see in most cases it listed near the top of ingredients). Soap as everyone knows is very drying and many of the leading products have this ingredient in them. Consequently, it will end up producing more sulfur compounds. Why are they placed in products? They make them foam, the big companies think you won't wash with a product that doesn't FOAM! SLES & SLS has no other use than to make FOAM. Both Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and its close relative Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) are commonly used in soaps, shampoos, detergents, toothpastes and other products that we expect to "foam up". Both chemicals are very effective foaming agents. SLS and SLES are esters of Sulphuric acid - SLS is also known as "Sulfuric acid monododecyl ester sodium salt", however there are over 150 different names by which it is known. In fact, SLES is commonly contaminated with dioxane. SLES is somewhat less irritating than Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.

Our Linear surfactant formulation for Total Body Wash is provably more gentle to the coat and skin while it does an extraordinary job of removing protein and oily soils, odors and particulates. You can rest assured that you are enjoying the very best product available for the care and show of equine breeds and animals anywhere today.

The following articles provide some very interesting information on ingredients.

Why are surfactants used in cleaners?

A surfactant (surface active agent) is a molecule that, when added to a liquid (water) at low concentration, changes the properties of that liquid at a surface or interface. Surfactants are used in cleaners, basically it makes water wetter. When you take surfactants (some examples of which are corn, soy, palm kernel oil), which is what our chemistry is made from, then mix it with water, it makes water wetter, thereby letting it penetrate faster and deeper, but very gentle, into the coat of an animal. Surfactants, when combined with water, lift hydrocarbons or (FOPS=fats, oils, proteins & sugars or as we know it=DIRT) to the surface and we use the water to rinse it away. Another analogy: If you imagine taking oil and pouring it into a glass, then adding water to that same glass it would separate and the oil would come to the top. We are doing just that; when we foam on our surfactants with water, they go to the surface and lift the dirt; we then use the water to rinse the dirt away.

 

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