USES FOR FOOD GRADE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 35% DILUTED TO 3 %
Cleaning with Hydrogen Peroxide Pure Food Grade.
Hydrogen Peroxide Food Grade is one of the more underrated items in any natural cleaning toolkit. Hydrogen Peroxide has many uses. It is often reported that you can use hydrogen peroxide for many reasons here are just a few that I hope will show why you should keep a bottle in your home.
I have had many people ask me how to use Hydrogen Peroxide to clean in these trying times. These are all methods I personally use. I use 3% Hydrogen Peroxide Food Grade to disinfect, sanitise, and deodorise many surfaces and items around my home. Hydrogen Peroxide Food Grade is useful for whitening and bleaching things, too.
CLEANING AND LAUNDRY
REMEMBER IT IS A MUST TO DILUTE 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE TO A 3% CONCENTRATION BY ADDING 11 PARTS PURE WATER TO 1 PART 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. NEVER USE FULL STRENGTH 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. IF USING HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ON FABRIC, TEST FOR COLOUR FASTNESS.
To make an effective disinfectant, fill a spray bottle with equal parts Hydrogen Peroxide and water.
To remove blood stains, pour Hydrogen Peroxide on spot and allow to sit for a 3-5 minutes, then rub and rinse with cold water.
To whiten clothing, add a cup of Hydrogen Peroxide to your wash.
To remove the ring around your collar, spray the area with a mixture of 2 parts Hydrogen Peroxide and 1 part liquid detergent. Let it sit for an hour before rinsing.
COUNTER / BENCH TOPS
To kill germs, spray the bench tops with Hydrogen Peroxide and wipe with a clean cloth.
In the dishwasher, add 2 oz. to your regular detergent for a sanitising boost. Also, increase the regular dishwasher tablet or powder by adding roughly 10mls of 3% H2O2 to the dishwasher.
Brighten floors. Combine half a cup of 3% hydrogen peroxide with five litres of hot water, then mop your flooring. Because it’s so mild, it’s safe for any floor type, and there’s no need to rinse.
To whiten grout, make sure it is dry, then spray a generous amount of Hydrogen Peroxide on the grout. Let it sit for 1-2 hours and scrub the area with an old toothbrush and some warm soapy water.
I personally use 1% – 2% Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide used with aleo vera, coconut oil or any natural oil.
To kill mites, spray with area with Hydrogen Peroxide
To control mould, clean the area with Hydrogen Peroxide. Re apply as necessary.
To leave your mirrors spotless and streak free, spray with Hydrogen Peroxide and wipe with a paper towel or newspaper.
To disinfect your fridge, spray the interior with 3% peroxide and wipe with a clean cloth.
To remove stains, make a thick paste using flour and peroxide. Apply the mixture to the stain, cover with plastic wrap and let it sit overnight. Rinse clean.
STAINS ON CLOTHING
To clean and deoderise clothing, spray liberally with 1% TO 2% Hydrogen Peroxide. REMEMBER TO SPOT TEST FIRST AS HYDROGEN PEROXIDE IS A BLEACH.
To remove wine stains, mix together equal parts Hydrogen Peroxide and liquid detergent. Pour the mixture over the stain. With a clean cloth blot the stain and wash with warm water.
FOOD AND GARDENING
DILUTE 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE TO 3% CONCENTRATION BY ADDING 11 PARTS PURE WATER TO 1 PART 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. NEVER USE FULL STRENGTH 35% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. ONLY USE FOOD GRADE HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ON FOOD. HYDROGEN PEROXIDE SHOULD NEVER BE TAKEN INTERNALLY.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
To clean fruits and vegetables, spray with Hydrogen Peroxide and rinse off after 3-5 minutes.
To make a non-toxic sanitizer, pour Hyrdogen Peroxide into a dark colored spray bottle (light destroys peroxide) and fill another spray bottle with vinegar. Spray your fruits and vegetables with the peroxide and then repeat using the vinegar.
To neutralise chemicals and prolong freshness, pour 1/4 cup Hydrogen Peroxide into a sink full of cold water. Soak for 20-30 minutes, drain, and rinse.
To improve your plants’ root system, water them with a mixture of 32 parts water and 1 part Hydrogen Peroxide.
To prolong freshness, lightly spray with a solution of 1/4 cup Hydrogen Peroxide and 1 tablespoon of pure water.
SEEDS AND PLANTS
Hydrogen peroxide is one of the chemicals used in organic farming. Allow your plants to take up more nutrients and water by adding more oxygen to the soil using food grade H2O2. Mix 20 mls of your 3% H2O2, into 500 mls of water, or just spray the mix onto your plants. It can also kill harmful bacteria in the soil.