Thanks for you reply. Not to sound rude, but I would like to get more input from someone who actually uses H202.I used to use 50/50 bleach/water when I used them. Soak for an hour+, then treat with water and Prime, and spray down. I'd expect a similar system would work with H2O2, though Prime won't do anything, so just rinse longer under water.
Fair enough. However, if you decide to clean the diffuser outside of the tank, you might as well use bleach, as it's cheaper and does the same job. And Prime will neutralize bleach, but not H2O2.Thanks for you reply. Not to sound rude, but I would like to get more input from someone who actually uses H202.
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At 3%, sure, there's not much worry. But then it needs longer to have any effect. Of course, it could be 5%. Or 10%. Or even 30%. Or more, if you have access to the industrial grade stuff."And Prime will neutralize bleach, but not H2O2"
Hydrogen peroxide doesn't need to be neutralized. It's only 3% H2O2 & 97% water to start with, and it breaks down quickly when exposed to light.