Chemical Composition / Ingredients to create a product similar to RMR 86

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In summary, the conversation is about someone wanting to create a similar product to RMR 86, a cleaning solution that contains UltraPure Sodium Hypochlorite. They are looking for help in figuring out the amounts of powder ingredients needed to mix with water to create the solution. The documents mention several ingredients including Sodium Hypochlorite, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Silicate, and Lauramine Oxide, while the bottle mentions Sodium Hypochlorite, a surfactant mixture, and inert ingredients. The solution also contains water.
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Hello Everyone,
Im interested in creating a similar product to RMR 86, please see the SDS below.

I was hoping someone can figure out which powder ingredients I need and in what amounts to mix with water ? It contains "UltraPure Sodium Hypochlorite".

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0745/8297/files/RMR-PRO.pdf?v=1671552733

Documents mention...

Hybrid Ultrapure Sodium Hypochlorite 5-10%
Sodium Carbonate 1-3%
Sodium Hydroxide 1%
Sodium Silicate ?
Lauramine Oxide ?

Bottle mentions...

Sodium Hypochlorite 8%
Surfactant Mixture 8%
Inert Ingrediants 10%
Other Ingrediants 75 % Water

Thanks,
Daniel
 
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netzao said:
Im interested in creating a similar product to RMR 86, please see the SDS below.
For what purpose?
 
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Why not just buy some bleach cleaning solution? Because that is what the solution is.
 
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Related to Chemical Composition / Ingredients to create a product similar to RMR 86

What are the primary active ingredients in a product similar to RMR 86?

The primary active ingredients in a product similar to RMR 86 typically include sodium hypochlorite (bleach) and surfactants. Sodium hypochlorite acts as a powerful oxidizer and disinfectant, while surfactants help to break down and remove mold and mildew stains.

What is the role of sodium hypochlorite in mold and mildew remover products?

Sodium hypochlorite serves as the main bleaching agent in mold and mildew remover products. It effectively breaks down mold and mildew at the cellular level and helps to remove stains by oxidizing the organic material, making it easier to clean off surfaces.

Are there any safety concerns when using products similar to RMR 86?

Yes, safety concerns include potential skin and eye irritation, respiratory issues, and potential damage to certain surfaces. It is important to use protective gear such as gloves and goggles, ensure adequate ventilation, and follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to minimize risks.

Can I create a homemade version of a product similar to RMR 86?

While it is possible to create a homemade mold and mildew remover using ingredients like bleach and water, it is challenging to replicate the effectiveness and safety of commercial products like RMR 86. Commercial formulations are carefully balanced to maximize efficacy and minimize damage to surfaces and health risks.

What types of surfaces can be treated with products like RMR 86?

Products like RMR 86 are typically suitable for use on a variety of hard, non-porous surfaces such as tile, grout, concrete, and certain types of wood. However, they may not be suitable for porous materials or delicate surfaces, and it is always recommended to test a small, inconspicuous area first.

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