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The DIY Guide to Diluting HydroSil

Posted by / April 8, 2020 / Categories: Uncategorized / 0 Comments

The DIY Guide to Diluting HydroSil

Here’s a quick guide for how you can dilute HydroSil at home if needed. You’ll find out how to dilute HydroSil Ultra 7.5% and HydroSil Pure 3% down to a number of helpful levels of dilution.

The three levels of dilution we’ll be focusing on are 7.5% for water purification, 3% for surface sanitising, and 1.75% because it is a concentration often used by the dental industry, in agriculture and more.

Sorry, home diluted HydroSil is no longer HACCP approved as a food-safe product.
HACCP regularly inspects our facilities to ensures we meet the regulations set by the National Health and Medical Research Council, and they only certify products that were bottled in our facility using approved materials. This includes approving our stringent method of creating the purest quality demineralised water.

What You Will Need:
– A HydroSil product that you wish to dilute. (Please read safety instructions on the bottle before you commence.)
– A funnel.
– Demineralised water, so the hydrogen peroxide is far less likely to decay in strength over time.
– An appropriate bottle or sprayer for your diluted, home diluted HydroSil. We recommend heavy duty sprayers and pump sprayers from the gardening section of your hardware store. (Regular sprayers tend to break sooner than usual, as HydroSil is a powerful oxidising agent and some plastics simply won’t last.)
– A permanent marker to ensure your bottles are correctly labelled with the new level of concentration.

Before commencing, be sure to follow the safety guidelines on your bottle of HydroSil.

Diluting HydroSil Ultra 7.5%

Diluting 7.5% to 3%
For every 1L of 7.5% add 1.5L of demineralised water.
You will end up with 2.5L of 3%.

7.5% to 1.75%
For every 1L of 7.5% add 3.29L of demineralised water.
You will end up with 4.29L of 1.75%

Diluting HydroSil Pure 3%

3% to 1.75%
For every 1L of 3% add 710mls of demineralised water.
You will end up with 1.71L of 1.75%.

Once you have finished…

Be sure to accurately label your dilution, including the level of concentration of hydrogen peroxide contained within.

Last of all it’s important to thoroughly rinse any surfaces, bottles, funnels, gloves etc and any areas where any spills may have occurred, with water.

Now you’re ready to go!

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Does HydroSil Destroy SARS-COV-2?

Posted by / March 27, 2020 / Categories: Uncategorized / Tags: , , , , / 0 Comments

Does HydroSil Destroy SARS-COV-2?

The TGA has recently ruled that no claims can be made about products destroying SARS-Cov-2 or its subsequent disease, Covid-19 without prior consent. This includes a ban on claims that are true and can be backed with peer reviewed evidence.

We are currently going through the process of gaining approval to make such claims, however until we gain approval we are unable to make any claims about our products in relation to SARS-Cov-2.

If you would like to know more information so you can make an informed decision for yourself you may find the following information useful. Once again we are not recommending or advising anyone to use our product for this purpose. Should you decide to do so you do so at your own risk.

What is in HydroSil?
HydroSil is hydrogen peroxide stabilised with trace amounts of silver.
You can see that these are the only ingredients that make up HydroSil on our MSDS sheets for each product.

What the EPA says about hydrogen peroxide and SARS-Cov-2
The EPA in the United States lists hydrogen peroxide as meeting ‘the EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19’.

What the Journal of Hospital Infection says about hydrogen peroxide and SARS-Cov-2
According the recent study published in the March 2020 Journal of Hospital Infection, after analysis of 22 previous studies, there are three choices for destroying Covid-19, each requiring one minute of contact time.

  • 0.5% hydrogen peroxide
  • 62–71% ethanol
  • 0.1% sodium hypochlorite (aka domestic bleach)

If you would like to be notified should we gain TGA approval for HydroSil please email us at: info @ thenaturalenviro . co