Sorry not to answer exactly your question... As a disinfectant, not on the skin, so-called "percarbonate"
is more harmless than others (especially less than hypochlorite), abundant, cheap - often under a different name.
I get much of it on my skin when cleaning the shower walls and notice no adverse effect.
Thanks for recommendation.
I just mixed up a batch of 1% by mass of NH4Cl with addition of 1% by volume of Ethanol and 1% by volume of Isopropanol.
The manager at my department wants to do "regular" cleaning of door knobs etc and as of now they are using a dilute-ish solution of bleach from our cleaning staff and they don't like the smell. It is probably more concentrated than needs to be.
I do have some sodium percarbonate so could mix up a solution of that... The percarbonate results in H2O2 disinfection, while my current solution would fall under Quats (quaternary ammonium compounds).
From what i read, Quats are less aggressive, but more stable than chlorides, which are less aggressive than alcohols, which are less aggressive than peroxides. However Quats are more stable in solution and are less irritating then the rest, hence do not require special training for use. The intended application is to wipe down surfaces every 4 hours or so.
What concentration of sodium percarbonate would you suggest?