## How do you make a 15% bleach solution?

For disinfection uses you need to prepare this solution from the household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) by dissolving 15 g in 100 ml distilled water.

### How do you dilute 0.5 sodium hypochlorite?

For example, to make a 0.5% dilute solution of chlorine from 5% concentrated liquid household bleach = [5.0%/0.5%] -1 = 10-1 = 9 parts of water; hence add one part of concentrated bleach to nine parts of water.

How do you make a 0.5 percent chlorine solution?

Pour 2 parts liquid bleach and 3 parts water into a bucket. Repeat until full. Stir well for 10 seconds. Pour 1 part liquid bleach and 4 parts water into a bucket.

How do you make a 10% sodium hypochlorite solution?

To prepare 1:10 bleach solution add one volume of household bleach (e.g. 1 litre) to nine volumes of clean water (e.g. 9 litres). To prepare 1:100 bleach solution add one volume of 1:10 bleach solution (e.g. 1 litre) to nine volumes of clean water (e.g. 9 litres).

## What is the 1 100 bleach solution?

Bleach (usually 5.25% or 6.00%–6.15% sodium hypochlorite depending upon manufacturer) is usually diluted in water at 1:10 or 1:100. Approximate dilutions are 1-1/2 cups of bleach in a gallon of water for a 1:10 dilution (~6,000 ppm) or 1/4 cup of bleach in a gallon of water for a 1:100 dilution (~600 ppm).

### How do you make a 5% bleach solution?

Prepare 5% sodium hypochlorite from 10% sodium hypochlorite , Take 50 ml 0f 10% solution and dilute it to 100 ml water which will give 5% sodium hypochlorite solution.

How do you make a 1% bleach solution?

Pour 400mL of liquid bleach into a 20L bucket, then fill with water to 20L mark (or pour 1 part liquid bleach and 49 parts water for any volume). Use 0.1% (1,000ppm) chlorine solution to disinfect frequently touched surfaces and items.

What is the dilution rate for sodium hypochlorite?

Sodium hypochlorite: concentration and use: Recommended dilution 1:100 dilution of 5% sodium hypochlorite is the usual recommendation. Use 1 part bleach to 99 parts cold tap water (1:100 dilution) for disinfection of surfaces.

## What does 10% bleach solution mean?

So a 1:10 dilution ratio would mean that you should mix 12.8 ounces of bleach with 128 ounces of water. For the weakest solution recommended in the CDC article (1:100), you would dilute 1.28 ounces of bleach with one gallon of water.

### How do you make a 3% bleach solution?

1/3 cup bleach per 1 gallon of water OR 2 tablespoons bleach per 1 quart water. This will give you a 1000+ ppm disinfecting solution. After cleaning the area with detergent, spray or wipe with surfaces with the disinfectant. Make sure to allow surfaces to fully air dry.