Q. Can I use Peritab in a fogging machine?
A. Yes. Peritab can be used in fogging machines, pump sprayers, trigger spray bottles and mop buckets. In fact, it can be used in any vessel or container as needed.
Q. Do I need to wear protective clothing whilst using Peritab?
A. Yes. For general cleaning tasks it is recommended that you wear gloves to protect hands and that you are wearing suitable clothing for your cleaning task. For fogging, it is recommended that you wear full PPE, in particular a face mask that is capable of filtering liquid vapours and particles, also protective eyewear, gloves and protective clothing suitable for a wet environment.
Q. Can Peritab be used on fabrics, sofas, curtains and bedding?
A. Yes. Peritab is safe to use on most materials and surfaces. However, like every disinfectant or cleaner, we recommend you conduct a test patch on a small, inconspicuous area, the first time you I use the product to ensure there are no adverse reactions, prior to using it on a regular basis.
Q. Is Peritab safe to enter mains drainage systems and Septic Tanks?
A. Yes. Peritab is bio-degradable. It remains active for 24-30 hours, after which time it breaks down in to water, oxygen and carbon dioxide. Therefore, after 30 hours, it is harmless and can enter either mains or Septic Tank systems, without causing any issues.
Q. Can Peritab be used in kitchen or food areas?
A. Yes. Peritab is a food grade cleaner.
Q. Can Peritab be used in bathrooms?
A. Yes. Peritab can be used on all surfaces, you can also clean glass and mirrors with it, but it may require those surfaces to be polished afterwards to prevent streaks or residue.
Q. Do you supply Peritab in smaller quantities than 200?
A. No. Peritab is supplied in a tub of two hundred 3 gram tablets as standard. By supplying larger tubs, we can keep the end cost to customers low. Each tablet costs roughly 50p each and one tablet provides a minimum of 1 litre of highly effective disinfectant cleaner - 50p for 1 litre!
Q. What is the dilution rate for Peritab?
A. We supply a dilution guide with every purchase, however, the recommended PPM for sanitising in the current climate is 500 PPM, or one tablet in one litre of warm water.
Q. How do I dissolve a tablet properly?
A. Pour one litre of warm tap water in to a mixing jug. 40 degrees Celsius is the optimum temperature (for safety), but it doesn’t have to be exact. Hot water helps the tablet dissolve quicker, it also aids the disinfection process. The tablet will start to dissolve in the warm water and the water starts to turn a purple colour. This shows that the tablet is dissolving but the solution is not ready for use. Using a spoon, or other utensil, to mix the solution will help the tablet dissolve quicker. After approximately 5 minutes, the purple colour will start to fade to a translucent pink colour and the tablet should be dissolved. The pink colour indicates that the solution is fully mixed and can now be used for cleaning and disinfecting. To see a tablet dissolve, Watch the video below.
Q. How bright or strong should the colours be?
A. You will notice the initial colour change in the water from clear to purple. After 4-6 minutes, the purple fades to pink colour. The pink colour is less noticeable, it is translucent and faint. This is deliberate, since too much dye in the product would present a risk of dying fabrics and other materials whilst using it to clean and disinfect. It is intended solely as an indicator of when the product is ready to use. To see the expected colour changes, watch the video below.
Q. How do I know when the product is ready to be discarded?
After 1-2 hours the pink colour will have faded to its maximum point and the product will retain a very faint pink tinge for the remainder of it's active life. You will also notice that the product has a faint odour. Around 24-30 hours after the product is first mixed, it will completely lose its colour and there will be no smell. It will effectively have returned to water again. At this point, the product can safely be disposed of in to either a mains or septic tank system. To ensure the product has degraded completely, leave the product exposed to air, i.e. - leave the lid unscrewed or take it off the container once finished with the product for the remaining time required prior to disposal.
Q. I placed a tablet in water but I didn’t notice any change?
A. Make sure you have followed the instructions above. A tablet will take longer to dissolve in cold water over warm water. The colour change takes place very quickly, i.e. - in the first few minutes. It is easier to see this change take place if you mix the product in a see through mixing jug against a light background. If you miss the colour change taking place, it’s very easy to think that the solution is colourless, since the colour is very faint.
Q. How else can I tell if the product is still active?
A. The odour. Whilst the product is active, it will have a faint detectable odour.
Q. How do I store the raw product?
A. The tablets should be stored in their plastic container and kept in a place that is out of direct sunlight and free from moisture. If the container becomes damaged, you should place the tablets into a suitable alternative container with a lid.
Q. How do I store the mixed product?
A. The mixed product can be stored in any suitable receptacle, including pump sprays, bottles, buckets, etc. If using a container, make sure it is vented to prevent a build up of pressure, since the mixture releases oxygen and carbon dioxide gases when degrading.
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