Hydrogen peroxide, also known as hydrogen peroxide, has a chemical formula of H2O2. The pure hydrogen peroxide is a kind of light blue viscous liquid, but the concentration of the pure product is too high, which can cause different degrees of damage to human body. Therefore, we generally see products mixed with water, with a concentration of about 3% - 6%.
Because the oxidation of hydrogen peroxide is very strong, and this principle is also used in sterilization. It can destroy the protein of bacteria, especially the effect of killing anaerobic bacillus, so it is loved by people. The general way of disinfection is mainly soaking and wiping, so someone here has to ask, can spray disinfection be used? Yes! If necessary, the concentration of 3% hydrogen peroxide can be diluted to 1.5% for spraying disinfection of indoor air and articles, and its corrosiveness is lower than peracetic acid, and the corrosiveness of indoor furniture is lower, but at the same time, the efficiency of disinfection will be greatly reduced. If this method is used for air disinfection, the cost will be higher.
In addition, long-term use of hydrogen peroxide will reduce the antioxidant capacity of the body and cause DNA damage and gene mutation of human genetic material, causing diseases such as gastrointestinal diseases, eye diseases, cardiopulmonary diseases, etc., so we must pay attention to ventilation after disinfection, and enter after indoor odor loss, which is only the safest way.