Remedy to Kill Mrsa Bug

Posted by Kyle (Washington) on 12/05/2006

I have a question on your MRSA cures. The remedy I am referring to is the one regarding the solution for use on furniture .etc to kill the MRSA bug. It says to use 1 part H202 and 2 parts water, then add an alkaline based laundry detergent with a ph of 10-12. Can ammonia be used in stead of laundry detergent? If so how much should be added to the water/H202 solution?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
388 posts

No. Ammonia and Hydrogen peroxide are relatively unstable. In a very concentrate mix, this combination will boil like a volcano. Use only laundry detergents and H2O2.