15-20square wipes (about 6-8 inches) (or a prepared/cut paper towel roll)
1dark, opaque container (suggestions included in the post)
In a bowl, add the water and hydrogen peroxide.
Add wipes (or paper paper towel roll) to your container of choice.
Slowly pour the solution into the container, making sure to saturate the wipes completely. You may need to toss/flip the wipes over to saturate all sides equally.
Optionally, you can also add the wipes to the solution in the bowl first to saturate them, then wring them out slightly, and place them into your container.
To use the wipes:
Pull out a wipe, wring out excess liquid, then wipes surfaces.
Leave surfaces wet, and allow to air dry.
These measurements work for the cloths I use. Depending on the material and absorbency of your cloths, you may need more liquid in your solution. You can increase the amounts as you see fit by either adding more peroxide, or equal parts water and peroxide.
Recipe by Nature's Nurture | https://naturesnurtureblog.com/homemade-disinfecting-wipes/