Hydrogen peroxide ( H2O2) have been a long time stable for myself and my family needs.. Apart from its obvious uses as a  medicine cabinet staple, It deserves a mention among the cleaning supplies as well and it has other uses beyond that, some of which are so unconventional that they strain the imagination.

29 Magical DIY Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide
These are just some of many ways to use  hydrogen peroxide. There is no doubt this is an awesome old-fashioned product that has many modern-day uses. As you can see it’s an ideal sanitizer and disinfectant, among other things!
Because of the many diverse uses for Hydrogen Peroxide, We have come up with a List of 29 magical Uses for this highly versatile household product for General Health, Hygiene, Cleaning….
There are some Uses that will surprise and amaze you in equal parts. From curing the common cold to whitening teeth and even carpet cleaning, there really is something for everyone included.. In the home, a 3% solution is normally used.
29 Magical DIY Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide
1. Sanitize Sponges 

Just soak your sponges in a strong (hydrogen peroxide) warm water solution, let the sponge soak for a bit, rinse it off . This will kills any germs or bacteria that love to live in the sponges.
2. Mouthwash
Use a 50/50 mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water to gargle your mouth and you’ll find out that it’s a very effective mouthwash. Just don’t not to swallow it.
3. Whiten Clothes
One of the main uses for hydrogen peroxide is whiten your white clothing. To get the desired results, add about 1/2 to 1 cup of H2O2 to your wash. It is excellent for removing hard to remove stains from white clothes.
Yes! Peroxide also works great as a blood stain remover, even on WHITE Paramedic uniform shirts. You can use hydrogen peroxide to gently keep your whites “white” by adding a little when you do laundry and then thoroughly rinse.
4. Foot Fungus
Soaking your feet in a peroxide solution helps soften calluses and corns, and disinfect minor cuts, and Cures athletes foot or toenail fungus, prepare a 50/50 solution of H2O2 and water, soak your feet in it once a day.
This solution will clear up the fungal problem. Continue to repeat the soak every night for several days repeatedly for it to be effective.
This can also work as a Foot Soak – It have been claimed that foot soak made of hydrogen peroxide and water can help reduce or eliminate.

5. Cleaning and Healing Wounds
Hydrogen peroxide have been proven to effectively kills germs and bacteria on wounds. That same 3 percent solution mixed 50/50 with water helps clean wounds when applied directly on the wound.
The reason you have to dilute it is because the 3% H2O2 can shock the healthy skin, according to sport injury experts. Also, after treating a wound with this peroxide, it should be rinsed off to ensure the healthy tissue is not harmed.
Hydrogen peroxide removes dead tissue, stops and stops open wounds from bleeding. It also helps heal infections, even if in very bad condition…
6. Wood Cutting Board Cleaner
H2O2 is perfect for cleaning wood cutting boards. These boards are really more difficult to remove germs from than the other types of cutting boards.
 7. Eye Care

Hydrogen peroxide is also useful for cleaning contact lenses – its have said to be very effective in eliminating the microbes that builds up on the lenses after some time.
8. Water Purifier
Hydrogen peroxide have been known to work as a perfect water purifier. just add a pint of hydrogen peroxide to one gallon of water you use in humidifiers and steamers, and H2O2 will help ensure that the water stays safe for drinking..
9. Tile Grout Cleaner

Speed Clean your dirty tile grout with the 3% hydrogen peroxide. It may also take some a bit of scrubbing with a brush.
10. Immune System Booster

This is truly one of the Magical use for hydrogen peroxide, Most people don’t know that our bodies actually produces hydrogen peroxide via certain leukocytes, aka, white blood cells. The role of hydrogen peroxide is to help fight off, bacteria viruses and toxins
11. Tooth Whitener
As an all-purpose whitener, hydrogen peroxide is hard to beat. Gargling with it can also whiten teeth, but the same rule applies about not swallowing it.
12.Vegetable Wash
Pour 3% hydrogen peroxide in your water that you wash your vegetables in to remove any herbicides or pesticides from them. You can also mix up a spray bottle with 50% water and half 3% H2O2. Then wash the vegetables and fruits with the mixture to remove dirt and pesticides.. After washing, rinse thoroughly with cool water.
13. Natural Hair Bleach
H2O2 have long been used as an effective hair dye and lightener. Lighten your hair by spraying it with a 50/50 mixture of 3% H2O2 and water after it has been washed. Just comb this spray through your hair and let it dry.
This does not bleach your hair drastically in the same way as the commercially lightening mixtures do. This gradually lightens and you may have to reapply every few days to get the effect you desire. Continue Reading  >> Page 2


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