| Not sure if this is on the site, yet - this was Nan's post, originally posted on Mycotopia.
|Great Sanitizer spray on plastic. Makes sanitizing a snap|
900 cc of clean water
100 cc of normal strength plain bleach
2 tablespoons powdered automatic dishwashing detergent
Glass or plastic container to mix
Plastic spray bottle
I use a graduated canning jar to measure the liquid. Hold back 100 cc of water. Add 2 tablespoons powdered automatic dishwashing detergent to the 100 cc cold water and heat in the microwave until boiling. Stir the hot detergent solution until dissolved, using the spoon to crush up any stubborn granuals.
Combine all liquids, pour into a plastic spray bottle.
The spray is non-foaming and the detergent and bleach are stable and non-fuming. This solution spreads a beautiful, strong, sanitizing film on plastic surfaces, no beading. It does require a wipe or a rinse to prevent detergent residue.
I have been using it to clean pet equipment as well and have been very pleased with this formula.
Not sure if this would be appropriate here, but I think it would work fine because of the bleach and this just needed to be posted.