Hydrogen Peroxide Test Strips HPTS100 $46.50
Hydrogen Peroxide Test Strips
Peroxide test – QUANTOFIX Peroxide 100 test strips
|Type:||Semi-quantitative test strips|
|Presentation:||Tube of 100 test strips|
|Color reaction:||white to blue|
|Gradation:||0 · 1 · 3 · 10 · 30 · 100 mg/l H2O2|
Food Grade 35% Hydrogen Peroxide is no longer available due to new public safety regulations from the Department of Natural Resources. We are now carrying Food Grade 29% Hydrogen Peroxide and have it available in 4 liter and 23 liter containers.
Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is a healthy and environmentally friendly alternative to bleach and has many household uses. 29% Hydrogen Peroxide is a strong oxidizer and care must be taken when handling it at full strength. It is easily diluted to 3% strength, for household use, by mixing 9 parts purified water with 1 part 29% Hydrogen Peroxide.
Uses for Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide
Vegetable Soak: Add 1/4 cup 3% H2O2 to a full sink of cold water. Soak light skinned (like lettuce) 20 minutes, thicker skinned (like cucumbers) 30 minutes. Drain, dry, and refrigerate. Prolongs freshness.
To Freshen Kitchen: Keep a spray bottle of 3% in the kitchen. Use it to wipe off counter tops and appliances. It will disinfect and give the kitchen a fresh smell. Works great to clean refrigerator and lunch boxes.
In The Dishwasher: Add 2 ozs. of 3% H2O2 to your regular washing formula.
House and Garden Plants: Put 1 oz. 3% in 1 quart water. Use to water or mist plants.
Insecticide Spray: Mix 8 ozs. black strap molasses or white sugar and 8 ozs. 3% to 1 gallon of water.
Sprouting Seeds: Add 1 oz. 3% to 1 pint of water and soak the seeds overnight. Add same amount of H2O2 each time you rinse the seeds.
Laundry: Add 8 ozs. of 3% to your wash in place of bleach.
Humidifiers and Steamers: Mix 1 pint 3% to 1 gallon water.
Facial: Use 3% on a cotton ball as a facial freshener after washing. Keep away from eyebrows.
Foot Soak: soak feet in warmed 3% until condition is improved.
Mouthwash: Use 3% and add a dash of liquid chlorophyll for flavoring if desired.
Toothpaste: Use baking soda and add enough 3% to make a paste. Or just dip your brush in 3% and brush.
Hydrogen peroxide is a healthy alternative to chlorine in your hot tub. Start with clean water. Shock water initially with 8 ozs. of 29% per 500 gallons of water. Add peroxide as required to maintain concentration at 30 to 100 parts per million. This can be determined by peroxide test strips. Repeat the shocking procedure if peroxide is not detectable in the water. Keep the filters clean. Peroxide can be used as a residual disinfectant in conjunction with an ozonation system.