|35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
|9.42 lbs/Gallon | 1.1786 Ounces/Fluid Ounce
|HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
|Country of Origin
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The Concentration Edge: A 32oz Bottle of 35% Hydrogen Peroxide Equals the Power of 64 Bottles of 3% Solution
Explore the amazing potency and efficiency of our 34.5% food grade hydrogen peroxide solution, delivering exceptional value and sustainability. A mere gallon of this concentrated formula can replace an impressive 186 typical 8-ounce bottles of 3% peroxide, diminishing both waste and storage needs. This adaptable solution is suitable for a variety of uses, including cleaning, disinfecting, and gardening. By selecting our concentrated hydrogen peroxide, you not only economize but also promote a more eco-conscious lifestyle by reducing plastic waste and curtailing the environmental repercussions of manufacturing and shipping. Reap the rewards of our 35% hydrogen peroxide solution and collaborate with us in fostering a positive impact on the environment and your budget.
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Shipped on time and we’ll packed- excellent product- keeps out hot tub nice and clean!!!
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Great product and great service.
It does what ot should but it's expensive.
i just converted my 6k pool to peroxide from chlorine. so far so good ! Trying to get a feel for the quantity i spend on a monthly basis. if it turns out to be 2 gallons a month that will be a savings for me
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It is a very useful product. We use it regularly.
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How to Dilute 35% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide to a 3% Solution in a 32oz Bottle Using Deionized Distilled Water
- 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide
- Deionized distilled water
- A clean, empty 32oz bottle for the final 3% hydrogen peroxide solution
- Measuring cup or graduated cylinder
- Safety goggles
- Rubber gloves
- Apron or old clothes
- Safety first: Before you begin, ensure you are wearing safety goggles, rubber gloves, and an apron or old clothes to protect yourself from any accidental spills or splashes.
- Prepare the workspace: Choose a well-ventilated area with a flat surface to work on. Make sure the area is free from flammable materials, heat sources, and direct sunlight.
- Calculate the required dilution: To dilute 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide to a 3% solution in a 32oz bottle, you’ll need to determine the necessary amount of deionized distilled water to add. To do this, use the following equation:(Initial Concentration × Desired Volume) / Final Concentration = Volume of Concentrate Needed In this case: (3% × 32oz) / 35% ≈ 2.79oz (volume of 35% hydrogen peroxide needed)Subtract the volume of concentrate needed (2.79oz) from the desired volume (32oz) to find the required amount of deionized distilled water: 32oz – 2.79oz ≈ 29.21oz
- Measure the 35% hydrogen peroxide: Using a measuring cup or graduated cylinder, carefully measure 2.79oz of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide.
- Measure the deionized distilled water: Using a measuring cup or graduated cylinder, carefully measure 29.21oz of deionized distilled water.
- Mix the hydrogen peroxide and deionized distilled water: Using a funnel, slowly and carefully pour the 2.79oz of 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide into the empty 32oz bottle. Next, using the same funnel, add the measured 29.21oz of deionized distilled water to the bottle, leaving a little space at the top for the solution to mix properly.
- Seal and shake the bottle: Once the hydrogen peroxide and deionized distilled water have been combined, securely cap the 32oz bottle. Gently shake the bottle to ensure thorough mixing of the solution.
- Label the bottle: Clearly label the bottle as “3% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide” to avoid confusion in the future.
- Store the diluted hydrogen peroxide: Store the 32oz bottle of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
Remember always to exercise caution when handling concentrated chemicals, and keep your diluted hydrogen peroxide out of reach of children and pets.
Best Practices for Storing 35% Hydrogen Peroxide
- Pick the right storage container: Use a dark, opaque container made of non-reactive materials, such as HDPE or glass, to store 35% hydrogen peroxide and protect it from light.
- Properly label the container: Clearly indicate the contents, concentration, and any relevant safety warnings on the container to prevent accidental misuse or ingestion.
- Store in a cool and dark location: Keep the container away from direct sunlight and heat sources to maintain its stability and prevent hazards.
- Separate from flammable items: As a strong oxidizer, store hydrogen peroxide away from flammable materials to reduce combustion risks.
- Position the container upright: Always keep the hydrogen peroxide container in an upright position to avoid leaks and spills.
- Inspect the container periodically: Check for signs of leaks, cracks, or damage, and transfer the hydrogen peroxide to a new container when necessary.
The Multifaceted Uses of 35 Percent Hydrogen Peroxide
- Disinfecting toys and gear: Hydrogen peroxide can be safely diluted to (1.5%) sanitize toys, highchairs, and other gear without harsh chemicals.
- Removing yellowing from white fabrics: Applying hydrogen peroxide to yellowed fabrics can help restore their original whiteness.
- Disinfecting gardening tools: Hydrogen peroxide can be used to clean and sanitize gardening tools, preventing the spread of diseases among plants.
- Unclogging drains: When combined with baking soda, hydrogen peroxide can help break down organic matter, clearing clogged drains.
- Refreshing mattresses: Spraying hydrogen peroxide on mattresses can help eliminate odor-causing bacteria and remove stains.