Clean Grout Stains

When store-bought cleaners just aren’t doing the job on your grout lines, try hydrogen peroxide! Spray the hydrogen peroxide on the grout lines and then use an old toothbrush to scrub them. This method is super effective!

Disinfect Floors

It is no easy task to keep any floor clean, especially if there is high traffic. But this is worth doing. Mop your floors with a gallon of hot water and a 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide. This mixture will freshen and clean your floors without any toxic chemicals!

Disinfect Taps

Before we go ahead and use water from our water taps, one good practice is to sanitize the entire thing and the space around it just in case any insects or micro-organism may have contaminated it.

 

Sterilizes Toothbrushes

Hydrogen peroxide is a great way to clean your toothbrush between replacement. Just add a small amount of hydrogen peroxide to a glass and place the head of your toothbrush in the glass. Let your toothbrush soak for a few minutes and then rinse clean!

Eliminate Mildew

Hydrogen peroxide can also be used to remove mildew from hard surfaces. Put the hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle and spray directly onto the mildew. Let it sit for a few minutes and then wipe the mildew away.

 

Oral Care

Any dentist will tell you that rinsing your mouth with hydrogen peroxide will help to eliminate bacteria and freshen the mouth.

Cleans Wounds

 If you happen to get a wound, one of the components of a first aid kit is hydrogen peroxide. Use it to wash wounds before dressing.

What ways do you use hydrogen peroxide in your home? Comment below and share!

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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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