How to clean with hydrogen peroxide
Check out these 9 Ways To Use Hydrogen Peroxide!
1. Disinfect Countertops
Do you have sticky spots left behind on your countertop from dinner? Use a spray bottle of hydrogen peroxide or pour a few drops on your counter! The peroxide will bubble up and loosen the grime making it easy to wipe away!
2. Make Glass Shelves Sparkle
Have your refrigerator shelves seen better, less sticky, days? Instead of using toxic cleaners around foods you can use hydrogen peroxide! Spray the hydrogen peroxide on and let it sit for a few minutes. Then wipe it off. You may have to scrub or use a scraper to get off any of the tough gunk!
3. Clean Your Cutting Board
Did you know it is really important to disinfect your cutting board? Just think of how many times you may have cut chicken or meats on it and it could have germs left behind! Use hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle and spray directly onto the cutting board. Let it bubble for a few minutes to loosen leftover food or bacteria. Then just wipe clean!
4. Disinfect Kitchen Sponges
Don’t waste money by buying new kitchen sponges! Instead, disinfect them in hydrogen peroxide. Mix one part hydrogen peroxide and one part hot water and place your sponges in the mixture for 15 minutes. Then rinse thoroughly. Next, to really kill any germs, heat the sponges in the microwave for 1 minute.
5. Remove Baked On Residue from Pans
When your cookie sheet is in need of a good cleaning, hydrogen peroxide is perfect for the job! Sprinkle the pan with baking soda and then pour just enough hydrogen peroxide to make a paste. Lit it sit for an hour or two and then scrub away the gunk and grime!
6. Clean Your Glass Stovetop
Don’t want to spend hours scraping the food off your stove or let harsh chemicals fill the air? All you need is baking soda, Dawn Dishwashing Liquid & hydrogen peroxide to make your stovetop sparkle like it’s brand new! Layer the mixture on the stove, use a scrub brush to work the mixture around the stove, and then let sit for 3 minutes. Finish up by wiping it all away with a damp cloth.
7. Clean Your Toilet
Hydrogen peroxide can also be used to clean your toilet! Pour half a cup of hydrogen peroxide into the toilet and then let it sit for 20 minutes. Scrub the toilet with a toilet brush to remove any dirty spots and then flush!
8. Clean Grout Stains
When store-bought cleaners just aren’t doing the job on your grout lines, try hydrogen peroxide! Spray the hydrogen peroxide on the grout lines and then use an old toothbrush to scrub them. This method is super effective!
9. Remove Mildew
Hydrogen peroxide can also be used to remove mildew from hard surfaces. Put the hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle and spray directly onto the mildew. Let it sit for a few minutes and then wipe the mildew away.