12% bleach concentrations

#1
...here in atlanta I'm trying to find commercial bleach, 50 gallon sizes, to do some experimental cleaning on concrete...can anyone help me find such a thing?...I'm looking for 12% concentration, and also wondering if it can be found that's low odor or no odor...

thanks!!!
 
#2
Low or no odor is not an option,you can mask the smell with vaious scents.There are several pwing suppliers who sell cover-up scents.
Check with a chemical or janitorial supply company to find chlorine.Some farm supply companies also carry it.
 
#4
sinecure said:
...here in atlanta I'm trying to find commercial bleach, 50 gallon sizes, to do some experimental cleaning on concrete...can anyone help me find such a thing?...I'm looking for 12% concentration, and also wondering if it can be found that's low odor or no odor...

thanks!!!

google chemcoa portland oregon
talk to ron jensen

they can provied "bleach" chlorine, straight byutl, peroxide, citrus oil concentrates ... 1011C is the best stuff i have ever used for repair shop floors

BUT be absolutely sure of what you are doing this is dangerous stuff

again: ron jensen is the man, he will ALWAYS consult with one of the chemist
to confirm your needs
 
#5
Sun Brite Supply in Lawrenceville, they have everything for the pressure washing company. Service with a smile.

ASAP Equipment in Duluth. More of a repair shop with a few accessories.

Both companies have been great to me.

Jeff Robison
678-360-2518
 
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steve r

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#6
12%

sinecure said:
...here in atlanta I'm trying to find commercial bleach, 50 gallon sizes, to do some experimental cleaning on concrete...can anyone help me find such a thing?...I'm looking for 12% concentration, and also wondering if it can be found that's low odor or no odor...

thanks!!!
if you want to get rid of the bleach smell .just add citrus to your mix .it will smell like citrus.this is what i use to clean houses.add 1 cup to 5 gallons of whatever your mix is
 

delam

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#7
Bleach

Has anyone tried Sodium Percarbonate? There is a recipe for concrete cleaner:
Sodium Percarbonate....78%
Soda Ash....................20%
Nonionic Surfactant,
Polyoxyethylene Nonylphenol...2.0%
Nuetralize with vinegar.

Other than giving you two headed polywogs, (not really!) it is pretty safe and effective.
 
#8
Sundance2004s

steve r said:
if you want to get rid of the bleach smell .just add citrus to your mix .it will smell like citrus.this is what i use to clean houses.add 1 cup to 5 gallons of whatever your mix is
DIXIE PRODUCTS ON ATLANTA RD. HAS 12%. CONTRACTORS PRICE USED TO BE $99 FOR 55 GALLONS, THOUGH THAT WAS 2 MONTHS AGO.
 
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steve r

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#9
sinecure said:
...here in atlanta I'm trying to find commercial bleach, 50 gallon sizes, to do some experimental cleaning on concrete...can anyone help me find such a thing?...I'm looking for 12% concentration, and also wondering if it can be found that's low odor or no odor...

thanks!!!
If your worried about odor put a little citrus with the 12.5%.Then it will odor like citrus.
call me if you wish .
 
#10
Were You Able To Find The 12.5% Sodium Hypoclorite?i Have A Local Guy Here In Alabama That Can Get It For Like $80.00 For 55 Gallons
 
#11
I'm in the Richmond Virginia area. I currently pay $12.50 for 5 gallons of 12.5%. Does anyone know of a supplier around Richmond where I can purchase 55 gallons drums?

Thanks in Advance,
 

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