34 Reasons Why You Need Hydrogen Peroxide

Kitchen And Bath

16. Clean tile surfaces

Spray some hydrogen peroxide on tile to remove any stains or dirt.

17. Whiten grout

Combine hydrogen peroide and white flour to get a thick paste. Apply the paste to grout and cover with a plastic wrap. Leave it overnight and rinse the next day.

18. Clean toilet bowls

Put half a cup of hydrogen peroxide into the toilet bowl. Let it soak for at least 30 minutes. This will clean and remove any stains.

19. Remove tub scum

Spray hydrogen peroxide in the bathtub to clean soap scum, dirt and stains. Let it soak for at least 30 minutes. Rinse to loosen grime and clean more easily.

20. Control mold and mildew

Spray hydrogen peroxide on the surfaces with mold and mildew to remove discoloration and prevent fungal growth.

21. Clean glass surfaces

Spray some hydrogen peroxide on mirrors and glass surfaces to loosen grime and dirt. Wipe with a clean and lint-free cloth.

22. Disinfect countertops

Clean and disinfect kitchen and bathroom countertops by spraying on some hydrogen peroxide.

23. Soak sponges and dishrags

Soak dirty rags and sponges into hydrogen peroxide for 15-30 minutes to disinfect.

24. Disinfect cutting boards

Disinfect your cutting board by spraying on some hydrogen peroxide. This will kill any bacteria and germs from meat and food that have soaked into the board.

25. Wash fruits and veggies

Spray hydrogen peroxide on fruits and vegetables. Let it soak for 1-2 minutes and rinse with clean water. This will remove dirt, wax and many other contaminants.

26. Clean the fridge

Spray hydrogen peroxide inside your fridge. Let it soak for a few minutes and wipe with a clean cloth. This will remove food remains and disinfect your fridge.

Other Household Uses

27. Whiten laundry

Add a cup of hydrogen peroide to the wash water. Soak your clothes in for 15-30 minutes. This will revitalize yellowed white fabrics.

28. Remove organic stains

Combine two parts of hydrogen peroxide and one part of dish detergent. Apply it to organic stains, for example coffee, wine, blood, sweat, etc.

However, you should remember that hydrogen peroxide will bleach any darker fabric. Pay special attention when using this technique!

29. De-Funk musty fabrics

Combine hydrogen peroxide and white vinegar. Soak musty fabrics in to remove any odors.

30. Clean rugs and carpets

Spray some hydrogen peroxide on light carpets and rugs. This will remove stains from food, mud, etc. Again, remember that hydrogen peroxide will bleach darker fabrics. You may want to test its effect on some inconspicuous area before applying the technique.

31. Refresh re-usable bags

Spray hydrogen peroxide in your re-usable cloth bags. This will clean, disinfect and remove any food odors.

32. Disinfect lunchboxes

Spray hydrogen peroxide in your lunchboxes, coolers, and cooler bags. Leave it on for a few minutes and wipe with a clean cloth. This will clean and disinfect your items.

33. Cleanse dehumidifiers

Add a pint of hydrogen peroxide to 1 gallon of water. Run the solution though humidifiers and remove mold and mildew. This is also a perfect disinfection agent.

34. Improve seed germination

  • Hydrogen peroxide can remove fungal spores and increase germination rate. Just soak your seeds in.
  •  Use hydrogen peroxide with caution -- especially when you use it in higher concentrations. The liquid vapors and it may burn skin and lungs.
  • Never swallow hydrogen peroxide when using it to cleanse your oral cavity.
  • When consumed, H2O2 is severely detrimental to health. It causes dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and even death if used in large quantities.
  • Remember, always use hydrogen peroxide externally!

Be Careful: Before using Hydrogen Peroxide You Must Know THIS:

1. The peroxide you want to use must be “FOOD GRAD” Hydrogen Peroxide at %35
2. It MUST BE DILUTED 10 to 1 with distilled water, very important.

3. It is recommended first to read the book “One Minute Cure”

Source: organichealth.co