What I can say for sure is that my diluted food grade peroxide(3.5%), stored in a brown glass bottle at room temperature is slowly degrading after six weeks of use. There is less foam production.With a few of my relations suffering from asthma and wondering if in the future we have a second wave of the mutated virus with maybe little or no access to doctors would it be a good idea to have the items listed by him in stock or even if they have a shelf life. With no medical experience whatsoever would the following items store well or should I not even think of stocking up. The items I would need are
35% food grade hydrogen peroxide
Normal sterile saline from pharmacy.( not eye solution)
I'm just trying to think ahead as I'm the only one in the family trying to do this.
The shelf life of the original plastic bottle is one year according to the label. It is recommended to keep it cool, below 15°C.
Unopened bottles of 35% peroxide may last three years or more but there are dissenting opinions. Surprisingly plastic bottles are better for storage than glass.