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Hydrogen Peroxide For Cleaning & Household Uses

Hydrogen Peroxide is a non- toxic multi-purpose item you should always have in your house. It is good for using in the kitchen, garden, household cleaning, and also for your first aid kit.

Hydrogen peroxide needs to always be kept in a dark bottle, as exposure to light will make it less effective. Also, avoid using it with other liquids, as that is another way to make hydrogen peroxide ineffective.

 

There are different types of hydrogen peroxide for different purposes. There is the food grade hydrogen peroxide that can be used for kitchen purposes. The regular hydrogen peroxide in the brown bottle that you buy at the local grocery store is the 3% Hydrogen Peroxide. This one is safe to use in your household, as it is highly diluted and won’t be harmful.

For cleaning and killing germs, you might want to use Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide. Chemists have combined hydrogen peroxide with additional synergistic chemicals to make this type of hydrogen peroxide a formula that will eliminate germs.

 

Countertops

It’s always best to use a non- toxic cleaning agent for cleaning your countertops. Hydrogen peroxide will do a great job of cleaning your countertops. But do use the food grade hydrogen peroxide when cleaning kitchen surfaces, tables and counters.

 

Dish Drainer

The food-grade hydrogen peroxide makes a good cleaner for your dish drainer. Since you put food into the items that are kept in the dish drainer, it is best to use food grade hydrogen peroxide to avoid any toxicity.

 

Wash Food

In need of some produce wash? Use the food grade hydrogen peroxide to wash your produce before cooking them. Sanitize them first with hydrogen peroxide, then rinse them with water.

 

Window Cleaner

You can use hydrogen peroxide to clean your windows too. For window cleaning, you can either use the regular 3% hydrogen peroxide or the accelerated formula. Hydrogen peroxide will give you clean streak-free windows. Just make sure to finish cleaning up your windows before the hydrogen peroxide dries. That is how you will avoid those annoying streaks.

 

Remove Stains

Accelerated hydrogen peroxide will come in handy in the laundry room too. You can use it to remove stubborn stains, soak your whites to make them whiter, and sanitize your washer.

So always make sure to stock up on hydrogen peroxide. Having the different types is a plus, as you can use them according to how they were made to be used.

 

Unclog your Bathroom Drain

Over time your bathroom drain will get clogged with all the grease that’s coming off our body. Before you call the plumber and spend some extra bucks. You can try pouring some hot water down the drain then pour a cup of hydrogen peroxide after and leave it overnight. The hydrogen peroxide will break down the grease.

 

Clean Your Toothbrushes

The most frequently use thing in our bathroom is your toothbrush. Most of us feel that just washing it with water will get rid of any bacteria that may be on it, but that won’t help. You can simply pour some hydrogen Peroxide on it our leave it in it for period of time.

 

Clean Grout

Your bathroom grout will be the dirtiest, so you will need an easy method to clean it. First, you need to wipe tiles off. It will be easier if you spray the hydrogen peroxide on the joints so it can spread evenly. Leave it for an hour and use a toothbrush to clean afterward.

 

Clean Your Sink

If stains and grease are hard to remove from the kitchen sink. Just get a sponge and give the sink a wipe with some hydrogen peroxide and let it sit for a bit. After that just go and wipe it and see how easy it comes off. If it doesn’t come off with the first try, just repeat the process.

 

 

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