Where exactly would you like to carry out the concentration process? The only reasonable way I've heard about, to obtain concentrated H2O2 (for example from 30%) is vacuum distillation. It doesn't varry from the ordinary distillation much, but the still receiver must be equipped with with a vacuum inlet connected to a vacuum pump(that's why I asked you where you intend to do this). You have to remeber, that the more the concentration increases, the more unstable H2O2 becomes. Distilling under ordinary conditions would fail. Also the 90% H2O2 needs special handling after distillation. It must be kept in lower temperature, in a dark container with extremely smooth inner surface (to prevent decomposition) You could also start with the 70% H2O2, i think it's available to buy.