The goal of cleaning and disinfecting surfaces is to create a safe environment,eliminating the spread of bacteria, viruses and spores. Hydrogen peroxide excels at the task, providing a food safe surface sanitiser to the Food Services and Cleaning Industries.
AS A DISINFECTANT:
Hydrogen peroxide is a great way to disinfect your home. Use it to clean your cleaning supplies like those dirty dish scrubbers, rags, sponges, and toilet brushes (they don’t clean themselves). It’s also useful for cleaning items in sickrooms such as thermometers and bedpans.
All you need to do is spray some hydrogen peroxide directly on the items, let it bubble up, and repeat. If something is really dirty, it can be soaked.
IN THE BATHROOM:
Another hydrogen peroxide use is for cleaning hygiene items like toothbrushes and loofahs as well as other kinds of sponges. It can also be used to disinfect facial cleansing devices and shaving brushes.
TO WHITEN GROUT:
Are your grout lines looking dingy? Dip an old toothbrush into hydrogen peroxide and go to town. They will whiten right up.
Hydrogen peroxide delivers a deep clean. Upon contact with bacterial and fungal build up, the product produces a foaming reaction. If there is a lot of build up present, you can see particles that have been lifted by the cleaning action. You may need to use a scrubbing brush to shift stubborn build up, then wipe it away with a damp cloth.
CAN BE USED IN ENCLOSED SPACES:
Hydrogen peroxide is safe to use in confined spaces such as shower cubicles or cool rooms, without worrying about inhaling toxic fumes.
If you are cleaning mould in an enclosed space however, we recommend you wear aN95/P2 disposable respirator. Standard dust masks do not protect you from microscopic spores and bacteria. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and fit the mask properly.
After using Hydrogen peroxide to sanitise food safe surfaces, you won’t have to rinse away any product residue. Hydrogen peroxide works without the need for detergents, and is completely sanitiser and fragrance free. In fact, you can spray Hydrogen peroxide onto uncooked fruits and vegetables, or even raw meat and fish, to clean them and prolong shelf-life.
Use Hydrogen peroxide to sanitise your cutting-boards leaving them safe and clean without leaving any soapy disinfectant taste behind.
TO CLEAN YOUR SHOWER
Struggling with mold and mildew? Hydrogen peroxide makes a great anti-fungal. Just pour some in an empty spray bottle, spritz away, and wipe down. You can even keep a bottle in the shower and do a quick spray down once a day. Replace the solution when the hydrogen peroxide no longer bubbles on contact with metal.
Mould thrives in areas where there is little light and airflow. Breathing in, eating, drinking or touching mould can cause health problems, especially for people with asthma, sensitivities or allergies.Hydrogen peroxide is an effective solution to removing mould and destroying its spores. The hydrogen peroxide oxidises the mould.
Itis not recommended that you use a dry brush to abrasively clean mould from a surface. This could release spores into the air, which may cause adverse health affects and spread mould to other areas.
First,spray Hydrogen peroxide so that it covers the surface of the area you are cleaning.Wipe the surface clean with a soft cloth, then reapply to prevent contaminating other surface.
Hydrogen Peroxide for Pools and Spas
Hydrogen Peroxide for pool and spas. Great price! Check out the strength…
For Pools: Weekly add 500 ml per 10,000 L directly to the pool. For Winter 1/2 normal dose.
For Spas: Each week add 100 ml (1/2 cup) of Peroxide each week. Before adding, check Peroxide with a test kit. If the test result is below 4, add half a cup per 1000 L to the spa.