Direct synthesis methods for producing H2O2 involve mixing hydrogen and oxygen gas at high pressure. Very dangerous and very equipment intensive. Headwaters has a process that makes low concentrations of H2O2 continuously in methanol
. Perhaps the process can be adapted to use isopropanol so that the effluent can be used directly for cleansing. I'd get in touch with Headwaters. You might be able to locally generate hydrogen and oxygen to feed the system.