Hydrogen peroxide removes stains well. Food, blood, alcohol, and grass stains are challenging.
Cutting meats on boards exposes them to microorganisms. Wipe the board with vinegar and a paper towel to eliminate bacteria. Use hydrogen peroxide instead.
The increased oxygen in hydrogen peroxide helps plant roots. Water it down with one teaspoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide per cup of water before watering your plants.
You may clean your toilet bowl with hydrogen peroxide and make it sparkle. Pour a half-cup in and wait a few hours. Clean it with a toilet brush and flush.
Besides sponges, hydrogen peroxide may clean rags, towels, mops, and other cleaning tools.
Hydrogen peroxide and water soaks can treat foot fungus and eliminate dangerous germs. Try it for 15-20 minutes.
In humid environments like restrooms, mildew can be a nightmare. Do not worry! Apply a bottle of 3% hydrogen peroxide straight on the surface and wipe clean.