Hydrogen Peroxide Other Uses

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Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is the simplest peroxide (a compound with an oxygen-oxygen single bond) and an oxidizer. Hydrogen peroxide is a clear liquid, slightly more viscous than water. In dilute solution, it appears colorless. With its oxidizing properties, hydrogen peroxide is often used as a bleach or cleaning agent. Hydrogen Peroxide can be used for many things. This guide will give you a better idea as to the uses that you could use in your everyday life.

Plant Fertiliser & Spray

While it has also been used as a general “fertiliser” either added in during watering or sprayed onto the foliage, hydrogen peroxide is not fertiliser, but it can help boost plant growth. … Oxygen can help plant roots absorb nutrients from the soil.

To Sanitise Toothbrushes & Dentures

This is the perfect way to clean your dentures. To clean place your dentures into a glass and add Hydrogen Peroxide *further research should be done as we don’t give advise for how much is needed as this is a guide only*. Cover the dentures and let them soak over night, making sure to rinse them with care the next day. If you don’t have peroxide, you can use Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate 99%. Mix 2 teaspoons of Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate 99% with enough warm water to cover the dentures.

As a Teeth Whitening Agent

*UNDER EXPERT ADVISE ONLY*

As a produce wash to keep Fruit and Vegetables Fresh Longer

Hydrogen Peroxide will help remove any dirt or pesticides.

As a general disinfectant

Hydrogen Peroxide is the perfect sanitiser as it aids to clean and get rid of any bacteria. This is also helpful for washing carpets, floors and windows.

*Before using this product, a patch test should be done. Appropriate clothing, shoes, goggles and gloves should be worn at all times when dealing with chemical*

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