Now lets check out how to use peroxide to clean naturally.
- Use in place of bleach in the wash. Add 1 cup to your load to whiten whites.
- Clean cutting boards after cutting chicken with peroxide to kill salmonella. Allow to sit for maximum germ killing power.
- Wash your fruits and veggies with peroxide before eating.
- Mix peroxide 50:50 with water in a spray bottle. Use to disinfect bathroom surfaces.
- Pour over your toothbrushes or soak in peroxide to sanitize.
- Soak stained plastic food containers in peroxide overnight to remove stains.
- Soak yellowed lace in a sink full of water and 2 cups of peroxide. Soak for at least one hour.
- Remove mold with hydrogen peroxide.
- Wash plastic shower curtain liners with 1 cup of peroxide in the rinse cycle to remove mold and mildew.
- Add 1 cup of peroxide to toilet to clean. Let stand 30 minutes then scrub.
- Mix equal parts blue Dawn and peroxide. Apply to stains on clothing and let sit for 30 minutes before laundering.
- Mix peroxide with water in equal parts. Soak your sponges for 10 minutes to clean.
- Make a paste of peroxide and baking soda. Apply to dirty pans with baked on messes. Allow to sit then scrub clean.
- Add 1/2 a cup of peroxide to a bucket of hot water to mop your floors.
- Clean toys with peroxide to sanitize.
- Add 1/2 cup peroxide to your dishwater for cleaner dishes.
- Spray on your fridge, let sit, then wipe clean. This will clean and sanitize.
- Mix 50:50 with water for a window cleaning solution.
- Clean your humidifier with a solution of 1 pint hydrogen peroxide to a gallon of water. Run through the humidifier.
- Walls and countertops can be cleaned with just hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle.
- Pour peroxide into the bottom of your garbage cans. Allow to soak then wipe clean.
- Spray the inside of your microwave down with peroxide as well. Allow to sit then wipe clean.
- Mix equal parts peroxide and liquid laundry detergent. Apply to wine stains. Blot the stain and wash with water.
- Clean cookie sheets with a paste of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.
- Apply to any hard surface such as door knobs to disinfect and get rid of germs. Be sure to allow to sit before wiping away.
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