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Dilution Chart
Dilution Chart
Use this chart as a guideline for diluting the products sold in this catalog.
1:x means 1 part concentrate to x parts water. For example, to make a quart
of solution in a 1:15 dilution, mix 2-oz. of concentrate into 30-oz. of water.
(NOTE: To minimize foaming, fill the container with water before adding the
concentrate. Then stir thoroughly.)
CONVERSION CHART
1 Gallon = 128 ounces
1
4
Cup = 2 ounces
1 Quart
= 32 ounces
1
8
Cup = 1 ounce
1 Pint
= 16 ounces
2 Cups
= 1 Pint
1 Cup
= 8 ounces
2 Pints
= 1 Quart
1
2
Cup = 4 ounces
4 Quarts = 1 Gallon
CONCENTRATE NEEDED TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING AMOUNTS OF SOLUTION
DILUTION RATIO
24-oz. Spray Bottle Quart
Gallon
5 Gallons
1:4
4
3
4
-oz.
6
1
2
-oz.
25
1
2
-oz.
128-oz. (1 Gallon)
1:10
2
1
4
-oz.
2
1
2
-oz.
11
1
2
-oz.
59-oz.
1:12
1
3
4
-oz.
3-oz.
10-oz.
50-oz.
1:15
1
1
2
-oz.
2-oz. (
1
4
Cup)
8-oz. (1 Cup)
40-oz.
1:20
1-oz. (
1
8
Cup)
1
1
2
-oz.
6-oz. (
3
4
Cup)
31-oz.
1:32
3
4
-oz.
1-oz. (
1
8
Cup)
4-oz. (
1
2
Cup)
20-oz.
1:40
3
5
-oz.
4
5
-oz.
3-oz.
16-oz. (1 Pint)
1:50
1
2
-oz.
3
5
-oz.
2
1
2
-oz.
13-oz.
1:64
1
/
3
-oz.
1
2
-oz.
2-oz. (
1
4
Cup)
10-oz.
1:128
1
5
-oz.
1
4
-oz.
1-oz. (
1
8
Cup)
5-oz.
1:256
1
10
-oz.
1
8
-oz.
1
2
-oz.
3-oz.
24-oz. Spray Bottle
Quart
Gallon
Five Gallons
Always keep the big picture in mind as you green your cleaning program.
According to the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Office of Environmental Policy
and Compliance, greener cleaning improves air quality, worker health outlook, and
the larger environmental outlook. And the same government agency points out that
more environmentally friendly cleaning alternatives are increasingly available, and cost-
effective, too.
www.doi.gov/greening/.../custodial3.ppt