Hypochlorous Acid DIY recipes: (200 PPM)

by | Mar 18, 2021 | Disinfecting & Sanitizing, Mould

For illness, cold, and flu:

¼ – ½ tea spoon of Hypochlorous Acid mixed with 100 ml of water
3-6 times per day

Disinfecting vegetables, fruit, and meat

Dilute 1(HOCl):3(H2O) ratio.
Spray on food, no rinse required

Disinfecting the air:

Pour straight Hypochlorous Acid into an ultrasonic humidifier reservoir
Humidify for at least one hour or more, per room with the filter removed
Fill the fogger reservoir with straight Hypochlorous Acid
Operate fogger as per manufactures directions

Disinfecting surfaces, high touch areas, tools, equipment, etc.:

Use straight or dilute Hypochlorous Acid with water down to a maximum 1(HOCl):3(H2O) ratio poured into a trigger or mechanical spray bottle
Dilution will increase the required dwell time to kill pathogens

Disinfecting wounds, cuts, burns, etc.:

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas
Several times a day

Ear infections:

Using a dropper, apply 10-15 Hypochlorous Acid drops and let sit for 1 minute, allow to drain out onto a tissue
1-2 times per day

Sore throat:

Gargle straight
Several times a day

Sunburn:

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas
As required

Cold sores:

Apply directly onto the cold sore – no dilution is necessary
Rub in a bit
Apply several times a day

Disinfecting dishwasher:

Apply straight solution to the inside of the dishwasher using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle, paying special attention to rubber gaskets

Disinfecting carpets, soft furniture, drapes, upholstery, etc.

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas
No rinse required

Hand sanitizing:

Apply straight to the hands and rub in

Fungal infections, such as ring worm:

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas
Apply as required

Mouth wash

Gargle straight Hypochlorous Acid and spit out

Toothbrush disinfectant

Soak toothbrush head and bristles

Skin infections and irritations, including dermatitis:

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas

Skin ulcers, abscesses, and hot spots:

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas

Skin rashes:

Apply straight solution using a trigger or mechanical spray bottle to the affected areas
Several times a day

Disinfecting linens:

Soak with undiluted Hypochlorous Acid, followed by regular washing routine

Disinfecting water:

1-2 cups of Hypochlorous Acid in a 55-gallon drum of water, changing every 2 years
½ tea spoon of Hypochlorous Acid in a gallon of water
Note: Thís only kills all pathogens-it does not remove heavy metals, radiation, etc.)

Treat acne and boils:

Sinus infections:

Toothache:

at full concentration, leave in mouth for several minutes

Detoxifying bath:

2 quarts of Hypochlorous Acid to bathwater, (especially while sick) emerge from the bath germ free

Yeast infection:

Apply full strength solution

Disinfect cutting boards:
Especially if used to cut meat

Rags and sponges:

Disinfect and prolong the lifespan

Clean interior of fridge:

De-odourize and disinfect

Rugs and carpets:

Kid’s toys

Shower curtains and shower doors:

Apply straight after every use and run bathroom exhaust fan for minimum 15

Get rid of odour in clothing:

Soak garment followed by regular washing routine

Lunch bags/pails:

Spray inside with straight Hypochlorous Acid

Reusable bags (zip-lock):

Mist into bag and allow to air dry before re-sealing

Garbage/Recycling containers and bins:

Spray inside and after each emptying

Kill mites:

Full strength

Remove skunk odours:

Spray on animal, no rinse required