In today's video we will explore the main uses of hydrogen peroxide in house cleaning.
For at least a century, hydrogen peroxide has been used as a super cleaner by everyone from housewives to orthopedic surgeons.
Hydrogen peroxide may look old-fashioned in its shabby brown bottle – but it's definitely not a natural home remedy. It's a household chemical.
True, it differs from water only in having an extra molecule of oxygen. But that extra molecule makes it a strong oxidizer.
That's why hydrogen peroxide is such a versatile cleaning agent, and it's also why you should use it with caution on people and pets.
Hydrogen peroxide breaks down quickly and easily when it comes in contact with air or water, so it's considered safer than chlorine chemicals.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), hydrogen peroxide kills yeasts, fungi, bacteria, viruses and mold spores.
The CDC states what concentrations you need and how long to leave it on to kill various organisms.
Here's how you can use this common chemical to safely clean your home.
0:05 Using Hydrogen Peroxide to Clean and Disinfect
0:42 How to Clean a Trash Can and Disinfect with Hydrogen Peroxide
1:02 How to Clean a Bathroom With Peroxide
1:32 How to Disinfect Your Toothbrush Using Hydrogen Peroxide
1:45 Use Hydrogen Peroxide to Disinfect a Dishwasher
2:07 How To Clean a Kitchen Sink Using Hydrogen Peroxide
2:21 How to Whiten Porcelain
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