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Four Cool Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide


Your hydrogen peroxide probably lives in your first aid kit, just waiting for the day that someone scrapes their knee. And that’s a shame.
Bring the brown-bottled staple out of hiding and into your daily routine with one of these clever uses: https://brightnest.com/posts/2x4-four-cool-hydrogen-peroxide-tricks
Everyone – even Kate Middleton – sweats. And where there’s sweat, it’s only a matter of time until there’s also pit stains.
Everyone – even Kate Middleton – sweats. And where there’s sweat, it’s only a matter of time until there’s also pit stains.
Wooden cutting boards look awesome, but they can be a pain to disinfect and clean. Use hydrogen peroxide to keep your cutting board salmonella- and bacteria-free.
Wooden cutting boards look awesome, but they can be a pain to disinfect and clean. Use hydrogen peroxide to keep your cutting board salmonella- and bacteria-free.
To disinfect your toothbrush, dip it in an equal mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water to kill any lingering bacteria.
To disinfect your toothbrush, dip it in an equal mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water to kill any lingering bacteria.
If your toilet is ready for a regular cleaning sesh (and you don’t feel like scrubbing) grab the hydrogen peroxide.
If your toilet is ready for a regular cleaning sesh (and you don’t feel like scrubbing) grab the hydrogen peroxide.

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  • Sherrie
    on Aug 29, 2013

    it is great for removing blood from clothing. I wet the clothing and pour peroxide on it when the bubbling stops, rinse, keep using it until all the blood is out of the clothing. It will even work on old blood stains.

  • Randy T
    on Aug 29, 2013

    Great for de skunking your dog!

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