Hydrogen peroxide is a nontoxic and safe cleaner that you most likely have in your medicine cabinet or pantry. It is a versatile and effective cleaning agent that you will love to use when cleaning your home. These hydrogen peroxide cleaning hacks will save you time, effort, and money!
Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning Hacks
It’s time to put this magic liquid to work. Hydrogen peroxide is actually a miracle worker in so many ways. Whether you have something to clean or something to disinfect, you can count on peroxide to help you out. I hope in the end, these tips help you get your house a little cleaner.
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Best carpet cleaner ever
If you are struggling with a stain on the carpet, then use hydrogen peroxide as the best carpet cleaner ever.
Clean your grout with hydrogen peroxide
If you are tired of looking at that dirty grout in your house, then take a little time to clean it with hydrogen peroxide.
Burnt pot? Clean it with peroxide
You can take baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, and aluminum foil. The aluminum foil works as a scratchy pad that can help you get the burnt pieces off your pan.
When your toothbrush is dirty, peroxide can help
Soak your toothbrush in hydrogen peroxide and watch as your toothbrush gets as clean as possible.
Tile and tub cleaner
As the days go on, it’s so easy for tile and grout to get really gross. Spraying hydrogen peroxide on the tile and the tub can help get it whiter.
Clean your toilet
You probably didn’t know how good hydrogen peroxide is at cleaning your toilet. Add some to your toilet bowl and watch it go to work.
I can’t tell you how easily my kids stain their clothing. Hydrogen peroxide works wonders as a stain remover.
Works as a disinfectant
Let’s talk about a disinfectant for a minute. Hydrogen peroxide can work wonders for disinfecting different items around your house.
Add to dishwasher detergent
When your dishwasher isn’t doing that great of a job, add a little bit of hydrogen peroxide to the dishwasher detergent. It’s amazing how much this can help!
Wipe down the inside of the fridge
Add straight hydrogen peroxide to a rag and wipe down the fridge. You’ll be able to disinfect it and get rid of unwanted smells.
Clean the kids’ toys
Are your kid’s toys grossing you out? If so, it’s time to do a little disinfecting using hydrogen peroxide. You can use peroxide to wipe down the toys every once in a while.
Brighten things around your house
I don’t know if you know this or not but hydrogen peroxide works just as well as bleach. You can use it to whiten various things around your house. Are your curtains dirty? You can throw them in the wash and add peroxide where you’d add bleach.
Clean the machines of your home
I bet if you were to look inside the dehumidifier or humidifier in your home, they would gross you out. You can use peroxide to clean out the machines!
Get rid of bugs
Whether you have mites crawling around something you own or you’re just creeped out by the thought of microscopic bugs, spray with peroxide. This will give you peace of mind.
Clean a fish tank
If you have an annoying fish take that is growing algae, then consider using hydrogen peroxide to clean out the tank. There is nothing more annoying than a green film inside of a fish tank.
Wipe down the shower
Sometimes it’s hard to look at that gross shower curtain of yours. Take the time to spray the shower curtain down with hydrogen peroxide.
Did you know that hydrogen peroxide can kill mold? Spray it directly on the mold and then wipe it clean.
Use it to clean your mirrors
If you have a dirty mirror then you can spray it directly on your mirrors. As you clean it, this is supposed to give you streak-free mirrors.
Clean your floors
Out of cleaner? It’s time to use the hydrogen peroxide to clean those floors of yours!
Clean the sponges in your house
Your kitchen sink is where your sponges live. Use hydrogen peroxide to disinfect and clean those sponges.
I love that I can pick up hydrogen peroxide at the dollar store and have it on hand when I want to do some deep cleaning. Let’s be honest because it’s an inexpensive product that you can easily keep on hand.
What is your favorite cleaning hack using hydrogen peroxide? I’d love to hear ALL of your favorite tips.
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