Make Glass Shelves Sparkle

Your refrigerator might have a few accidental spills on the nice glass shelves that were once fully sparkly and transparent. When spills are not wiped up properly or left to sit for any extended time in a refrigerator, the spills get really dried out and tough. Let this not be a bother. Just spray on some hydrogen peroxide and let it soak for a short while. Then wipe off. If the gunk persists, use a spatula to help scrape off and repeat the process.

Disinfect Your Cutting Board

Did you know it is really significant to sterilize your cutting board? Just imagine how many times you may have cut chicken or meats on it and it could have germs left behind! Use hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle and spray directly onto the cutting board. Let it bubble for a few minutes to loosen leftover food or bacteria. Then just wipe clean! Do this also as a practice before using the cutting board, only that time its best to wash off the hydrogen peroxide.

Disinfect Kitchen Sponges

Don’t waste money by buying new kitchen sponges over and over! Instead, disinfect them in hydrogen peroxide. Mix one part hydrogen peroxide and one part hot water and place your sponges in the mixture for 15 minutes. Then rinse thoroughly. Next, to really kill any germs, heat the sponges in the microwave for 1 minute. Wonder which germs can survive after that.


Clean And Sanitize Your Toilet

Hydrogen peroxide can also be used to clean and sanitize your toilet bowls! Pour half a cup of hydrogen peroxide into the toilet and then let it sit for 20 minutes. Scrub the toilet with a toilet brush to remove any dirty spots and then flush! Spray all over the toilet and it air dry then buff with a piece of paper towel.

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  1. I put hydrogen peroxide in my ears after swimming to prevent swimmer’s ear. Just soak a cotton ball with it and squeeze into the ear. Let it bubble up for about 5-10 mins. and drain. Feels great.

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