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Simple Steps on how to make Dettol

Dettol is a popular antiseptic disinfectant liquid that  removes harmful microbial organisms, prevents  infections caused by cuts and scratches and can also be used as household disinfectant on home surfaces and in laundry. You can do it your self by following these simple steps below. If you want to  do it in  small quantity,  divide the whole measurement of  the material by 2 (to give you 2.5 Liters) or if you want to increase the quantity  for commercial purpose, you can multiply 5 liters  by the amount you want to produce. The measurements below are for 5 liters  of dettol. 

Lets get cracking.........

Dettol Ingredients

Texapon - 125 ml, 
phenol- 125 ml
Chloroxylenol - 250ml
IPA - 3L
Pine oil - 250ml
Water -1 Liter

How is dettol  made?

1. Turn pine oil in to a plastic  container 
2. Add phenol and mix
3. Add texapon stir to mix
4. Then add chlorozanol continue stirring to mix
5. Add water and stir very well
6. Add IPA and stir very well
7. Add Dettol colour 
Turn into a container or bottle and store in cool dry place


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