Hydrogen or hydrogen peroxide may be an excellent, multi-purpose tool for household use!
WARNING: In the article below we talk about 3% hydrogen, not stronger concentrations which can be dangerous, and which are not needed for these purposes.
Here are examples of how you can use hydrogen peroxide in your home:
1. You can use hydrogen peroxide very effectively to remove stains of nail polish on fabric or carpets. Just be careful with it, since it may bleach the color of the fabric.
2. Hydrogen removes odors and stains from pet urine from the carpet. So they will not be tempted again to urinate in the same place.
3. You can use it as a safer option instead of bleach for bleaching white clothes. Bleach unlike hydrogen tends to quickly make the clothes worn out.
4. Hydrogen removes the stains of blood. Soak the stain with hydrogen, leave it stand for a minute, rub it well and immediately wash.
5. To get rid of stains from antiperspirants or other deodorants, apply on the stain a mixture of one part of dishwashing liquid and two parts of hydrogen peroxide. Let it stand for an hour before rinsing it with cold water.
6. Hydrogen removes stains of red wine from carpets or fabrics.
In the bathroom:
7. Make a paste of baking soda and hydrogen for removing limescale in the bathroom.
8. Make a solution of one part hydrogen and one part water, put it in a spray bottle and you can use it as a means of cleaning the bathroom and toilet.
9. Pour hydrogen peroxide into the toilet bowl for twenty minutes to half an hour before cleaning it.
Health and beauty:
10. Hydrogen peroxide is used for cleaning wounds, cuts, the fungal infection of the feet, etc. For fungal infections of the feet make a solution of one part water and one part hydrogen and spray the solution on the affected area every night…
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