Ten Ways to Clean Your Home Using Hydrogen Peroxide
- For Sanitizing the Bathroom: take a spray bottle; fill it up with half water and half hydrogen peroxide. Then spray mixture down the sink and the surrounding area, as well as the toilet. Finally take a microfiber cloth and wipe the areas dry.
- For Washing Fruits and Vegetables: first fill up the sink with water and then pour in a half of cup of hydrogen peroxide. Then wash all fresh fruit and vegetables clean of germs.
- For Brightening Whites: just add one cup of hydrogen peroxide to any load of laundry.
- For Keeping Plants Safe: mix one ounce of hydrogen peroxide and one cup of water together. On a daily basis spray mixture to household plants to keep fungus from growing and let plants grow fuller and greener.
- For Cleaning Pots and Pans: soak the pot or pan in hydrogen peroxide for a whole day. Sometimes depending on the age of the pot or pan the stain will be noticeably reduced or come out looking brand new.
- For Cleaning Refrigerators and Dishwashers: spray the surface with hydrogen peroxide and let it sit for twenty minutes. Go back and wipe clean.
- For Cleaning Shower Tiles: once the shower is completely dry, spray hydrogen peroxide on the surface. Let it sit for twenty minutes and then proceed to scrub the grout with a toothbrush.
- For Floor Cleaning: in a pour gallon container of hot water, pour in half a cup of hydrogen peroxide. It works on all flooring and no need to rinse your floors after.
- For Cleaning Children`s Toys: fill up a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and spray the affected areas such as toys, toy boxes, doorknobs, etc.
- For Cleaning Countertops: first spray white distilled vinegar on the surface then spray hydrogen peroxide. Then wipe clean with a microfiber cloth.
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