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What are the pH levels of windex, backing soda, soap, mouthwash, tums, rubbing alcohol, hydrogen peroxide and laundry detergent.

Question Date: 2009-05-28
Answer 1:

I worked on some search to find out the values that you are looking for the pH levels of several products. The answers vary depending on several factors like commercial brand, dilution, etc. Here you have something that can be useful for you.

Thank you for asking.

Windex, around 10.0
Hand soap 9.0 10.0 pH level
Baking Soda 8.0 pH level
Rubbing alcohol 5.5 pH level
Mouthwash 3.2 7.0 pH level
Tums around 10.0 pH level
Hydrogen peroxide normally from 1 to 5 pH level
Laundry detergent between 6 to 8 pH level

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