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5 Ways to Use Hydrogen Peroxide for Cleaning Tasks

5 Cool and Clever Ways to Use Hydrogen Peroxide for Cleaning Tasks

There are many non-toxic cleaning solutions available for whisking away grime and goo from the kitchen, bathrooms and other dirt-infested areas of the home. While baking soda, lemon and vinegar are considered green-cleaning all-stars, there’s another favorite in the budget minded and natural cleaning crowd: hydrogen peroxide.

Here are a few good reasons you need to add this brown bottle to your cleaning caddy today:

1.) Sponge Cleaner

Soaking sponges in a mixture of 50% hydrogen peroxide and 50% warm water will ensure that those germs are gone for good.

2.) Refrigerator and Dishwasher

As a non-toxic cleaning agent, hydrogen peroxide is great for cleaning surfaces and spots. Try spraying a light coat of hydrogen peroxide on areas in the kitchen that need disinfecting and wipe clean.

3.) Gunky Pots and Pans

A mixture of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda will form a paste that can be used to rub on dirty pans for a sparkling clean. Always rinse with water following a good scrub.

4.) Cutting Boards and Countertops

The bubbles of hydrogen peroxide indicate that all those germs are being eliminated. Make sure to use hydrogen peroxide in an opaque bottle so as not to lose its effectiveness and spray on surfaces that need extra cleaning like countertops and cutting boards. Let the peroxide bubble and wipe with warm water for clean and fresh surfaces.

5.) Toilets

Scrub those toilets with 3% hydrogen peroxide and add to a sponge for all the areas around the toilet bowl, rim and handles.

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