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Trial Number 47

Trial Purpose:

To test the effectiveness of Lysol with Hydrogen Peroxide in the removal of Hucker's Soil from various substrates.

Date Run:


Experiment Procedure:

A Lysol with Hydrogen Peroxide solution was gathered to begin testing. Then, 3 coupons of each substrate (ceramic, plastic, painted metal) were collected and initial weights were taken. Hucker's Soil (Creamy Peanut Butter, Salted Butter, Wheat gluten, Egg Yolk, Evaporated milk, DI water, Printer's ink with boiled linseed oil, India Ink, Saline Solution) was applied to each coupon and allowed to air dry for 2 hours. After the 2 hour dry time, the weights of the newly contaminated coupons were measured. All coupons were placed into a Gardner-scrub Abrasion Tester machine. Wypall cleaning cloths were attached to each of the 3 cleaning blocks used for the test. Each Wypall cloth and all coupons received 2 sprays of the Lysol with Hydrogen Peroxide solution and the Gardner-scrub Abrasion Tester was run for 20 repetitions, simulating 20 manual wipes. Once cleaning concluded, the cleaned coupons were allowed to air dry for 24 hours. After 24 hours, the weights of the cleaned coupons were measured. 

Trial Results:

Cleaner Substrate Initial wt of cont. Final wt of cont. %Cont Removed % AVG % Overall
Lysol with Hydrogen Peroxide Ceramic 0.1590 0.0321 79.81 84.52 88.81
0.2615 0.0271 89.64
0.1306 0.0270 79.33
Plastic 0.4906 0.0524 89.32 92.48
0.4913 0.0265 94.61
0.5061 0.0328 93.52
Painted Metal 0.8561 0.1293 84.90 89.42
0.4643 0.0339 92.70
0.3896 0.0364 90.66

Success Rating:

Results successful using TACT (time, agitation, concentration, and temperature, as well as rinsing and drying) and/or other cleaning chemistries examined.


Lysol with Hydrogen Peroxide was successful in the removal of Hucker's Soil from ceramic, plastic, and painted metal substrates. 

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