12 uses of hydrogen peroxide you wish you knew before

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Over the past few years, I have realized that people all over the world are using hydrogen peroxide to heal and disinfect small wounds and minor cuts. In fact, some teeth whitening and whitening products contain this chemical. It’s no wonder that with all of the properties of hydrogen peroxide combined, it has several other uses that you probably never knew, especially when you have a bottle of hydrogen peroxide somewhere in your house. Check Out These 12 Uses Of Hydrogen Peroxide You Wish You Know Before.

 

 

  1. Kitchen glass cleaner.

 

Hydrogen peroxide can be a miracle cleaner used to clean glass surfaces, cooktops, and mirrors. All you need to do is spray the compound directly onto the surface and use a lint-free cloth to wipe off the dirt.

 

 

  1. Countertop disinfectant.

 

Your kitchen, especially your countertop, is usually full of germs and bacteria. So disinfect your kitchen by spraying hydrogen peroxide on your countertops to instantly kill microorganisms.

 

  1. Cutting board cleaner.

 

Germs and bacteria can easily spread through your cutting board, especially if you don’t clean it properly, which can cause real problems. To clean and sanitize your cutting board and kill dangerous bacteria, hydrogen peroxide is your ideal choice.

 

 

 

  1. Produce a rinse.

 

Make sure to soak the fruits in hydrogen peroxide for a few minutes and then rinse them with plain water if you want to clean your fruits well. Even though it is a chemical, hydrogen peroxide is completely safe and suitable for cleaning products.

 

 

 

  1. Refrigerator cleaner.

 

The refrigerator can also be a host of kitchen bacteria clean, as well; this should be one of your goals when cleaning. To do this, you can regularly spray the inside of your refrigerator with hydrogen peroxide. And please let the compound soak for a while and take a clean cloth to remove dirt and disinfect completely.

 

 

 

  1. Degreaser for pots and pans.

 

Just mix hydrogen peroxide with baking soda until you make a paste if you’re dealing with hard-to-remove rawness. Then use this mixture to remove dirt and grim. After a few minutes, rub it with a sponge and lukewarm water.

 

 

 

  1. Stain remover.

 

Just pour 3% hydrogen peroxide directly onto the stain for very hard stains and allow the compound to soak in for a few minutes, then scrub the stain before rinsing it off with cold water. You will be amazed at the result.

 

 

 

  1. Tile grout cleaner.

 

We all know that kitchen and bathroom tiles can get dirty very quickly. You can spray hydrogen peroxide on the grout and allow the compound to soak in for about 30 minutes to safely clean the tiles. Now that it’s completely soaked up, be sure to use a stiff-bristled brush to remove the built-up dirt.

 

 

 

  1. Mold remover.

 

To prevent fungus growth, spray hydrogen peroxide directly on the mold

 

 

 

  1. Toilet bowl cleaner.

 

Another great way to make your toilet bowl is to pour half a cup of hydrogen peroxide into your toilet and let it sit for about 20 minutes, then scrub the intestine and it will do the trick.

 

 

 

  1. Plant protector.

 

If you are looking for a natural fungus deterrent, the solution is simple and easy! Just add a few drops of hydrogen peroxide to your water stream and make sure the proportions are 1/2 cup to a gallon.

 

 

 

  1. Floor brightener.

 

You should mix half a cup of hydrogen peroxide with a gallon of hot water when cleaning your floor. For most people it will come as a surprise, but this mixture is safe for all types of floors and surfaces. Indeed, it is an effective brightener for old floors.

 

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