According to the University of California Santa Barbara, the pH of rubbing alcohol is about 5.5. This level can vary based on the dilution factor or the brand of the rubbing alcohol. More »

Rubbing alcohol that is formulated to include 70 percent isopropyl alcohol is a highly effective disinfectant, according to About.com. HealthE explains that it evaporates quickly, leaving surfaces ready to use. More »

Store bought rubbing alcohol contains a large percentage of water and can easily be diluted further. Rubbing alcohol typically consists of 70 percent isopropyl alcohol and 30 percent water. Higher concentrations of isopr... More »

The pH of ethanol (C2H5OH) or pure alcohol is 7.33. This means that ethanol is slightly basic. More »

The pH of ammonia is about 11, which makes it a fairly weak base. According to the pH scale, substances with a pH lower than 7 are acids, whereas those with a pH greater than 7 are bases. More »

The pH of toothpaste ranges from 3 to 10 depending on the additives it contains. Regular toothpaste has an average pH of 8. Whitening toothpaste has an average pH of 6.83. More »

A good pH level depends on the substance in question. Some substances are meant to be more acidic and others more basic, while some substances should be neutral. For instance, stomach acid has a pH of 1, while pancreatic... More »