A 16 oz bottle will clean the floors and walls of a small apartment. A gallon bottle will clean the floors and walls of a small house. A 5 gallon pail will clean the floors and walls of a small warehouse.
For diluting, here are some example ratios: 2 bottle capfuls or 4 teaspoons in a quart of water, 1/3 cup to a gallon of water, or 1 cup to 3 gallons of water. Each of these will make a 2% solution.
|Container Size||Gal. of 2% Solution Made||Square Feet Cleaned|
|16 oz. bottle||6||1200|
|Case of 25×16 ounces||150||32,000|
|1 Gallon Bottle||50||10,000|
|Case of 4×1 Gallons||200||40,000|
|5 Gallon Pail||250||50,000|
|15 Gallon Drum||750||150,000|
|55 Gallon Drum||2750||550,000|