Vanish to hydrogen peroxide

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I understand hydrogen peroxide has bacteriostatic and fungacidal properties at a concentration of 0.88 mol/l however I am struggling to establish how much something like vanish containing 30% sodium percarbonate (30g per 100g of product?), would be needed to provide that concentration and therefore provide the desired impact on bacteria and fungi. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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This PDF is a good read. The part discussing sodium percarbonate is probably all you need to stimulate your thoughts about how much percarbonate you will need.
 

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