Using vinegar and hydrogen peroxide to clean.?
I would try this for cleaning (see below I C & P another site), but I do not think the amounts I need to mix and should I add water? Someone knows? Latest searches the disinfection of food surfaces and food preparation, showed that the effectiveness of vinegar as a disinfectant could be increased 10 times when the surface of the food has been sprayed with vinegar normal (5% acetic acid) and hydrogen peroxide (3%) on one or the other sprays alone. They found that this combination of spray killed almost all Salmonella, Shigella, the bacterium E. Coli present on many contaminated food and food preparation surfaces.
Well, as the text, it looks like no dilution is necessary and as far as the quantity, type of text sounds like everyone is sprayed separately, not mixed in advance, so I think one enough spray to wet the surface. This link is specifically stated, sprayed individually: http://www.sciencenews.org/pages/sn_arch/9_28_96/food.htm Since peroxide hydrogen is broken down into oxygen and water in contact with certain chemicals, it might be preferable not to premix.
Electronic Cigarette Atomizer – Hydrogen Peroxide Atomizer Cleaning