I don't know about the floor cleaner that you mention but I use electrolysed water for cleaning and as a hand sanitiser and disinfectant. I am no scientist but apparently it is electrolysed water and salt solution and is 99.995% effective at killing bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores. Kind to your skin and environment as there are no harsh chemicals. It makes HOCL (Hypochlorous acid) .. I get it from a company in Dundee and I would put on a link but I am not sure if that is against the rules. It is now used in quite a few organisations and establishments around the area. Maybe someone with more scientific knowledge can give a better explanation.
If it is Hypochlorous Acid then it contains Bleach, Sodium Hypochlorite, not salt, Sodium Chloride. Bleach will kill bacteria etc. (As advertised on TV ) But I would not describe it as "no harsh chemicals" (The bacteria would agree with me, even if no one else does ) Being an elctrolyte, it will be a corrosive solution. But that is the difference between having a qualification (?) in advertising as opposed to Chemistry.