13 Ways to Use Hydrogen Peroxide at Home
How to use hydrogen peroxide at home and what it can be useful for.
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1. Disinfect manicure supplies
Wipe tools with peroxide before each use to prevent infection.
2. Disinfect toothbrushes and mouthguards
To do this, soak them briefly in peroxide. Then rinse thoroughly with water so that peroxide does not enter the body during use.
3. Make a footbath
Mix peroxide with warm water in a ratio of 1:3. Such a bath will help soften calluses and corns, as well as destroy the bacteria that cause an unpleasant odor.
4. Brighten nails
Combine one part peroxide with two parts baking soda to make a paste. When the mixture stops foaming, apply it on and under your nails. Hold for three minutes, then wash your hands.
5. Refresh kitchen sponges
Disinfect sponges every day with a 50/50 mixture of water and peroxide.
6. Remove bacteria from cutting boards
Wipe the board with peroxide each time, and rinse with water after a few minutes.
7. Disinfect the refrigerator
After washing it, spray peroxide on the shelves and leave for ten minutes. Then wipe with a clean, damp cloth.
8. Lighten darkened ceramic dishes
Mix baking soda and peroxide to a slurry consistency and apply to tarnished cups or plates. This will clean the surface and help get rid of old stains.
9. Disinfect shopping bags
Spray the bags inside and out and let them dry.
10. Clean the tile from mold
Spray the peroxide on the tiles and leave for ten minutes. Then rub the seams well and rinse with water.
11. Make mirrors shine
Spray the mirror with peroxide and wipe with a microfiber cloth. There will be no trace of stains and splashes.
12. Bleach clothes
Not everyone likes chlorine bleach because of the strong smell. Peroxide is a great substitute – just pour 200 ml into the bleach container in the washing machine. If you are going to wash by hand, add peroxide to the basin at the rate of 50 ml per 4 liters of water and soak the clothes for 15-30 minutes.
13. Get rid of traces of sweat on white things
Mix 60 ml of peroxide, 60 ml of water and 4 tablespoons of baking soda. Apply the resulting slurry to the stains on the armpits and leave for half an hour or an hour. Then wash as usual. Do not use this technique on dark clothes, peroxide can ruin their color.