7 Magical Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide

By admin March 31, 2013 14:19

7 Magical Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide

7 survival uses for hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide can be a great tool in your emergency pack. It has hundreds of uses that can help you clean and disinfect in any situation.

Hydrogen peroxide is comprised of the chemical property H2O2

It is a strong oxidizer and is often used as a bleach or cleaning agent. You can also use it to whiten clothes, fight infections, make your own toothpaste, etc. Check out these ideas below on how you can use hydrogen peroxide for multiple purposes around your home now or in SHTF situations.

Purchasing Hydrogen Peroxide
When you’re purchasing hydrogen peroxide, you have a few different options. Hydrogen peroxide comes in a few different grades, the most common being 3.5% Pharmaceutical grade. This is sold in your local drug stores and supermarket and should not be ingested.

6% grade is used in beauty shops to color hair and shouldn’t be used internally. Higher grades like 30-32% are used to clean electronics and cars.

35% grade is the only grade that is approved for internal use. It’s used in the production of eggs, cheese and other food items.

The only other grade higher than 35% is 90% and is used as an oxygen source for rocket fuel! Ya, don’t eat that either.

Remember that using items over again and finding multiple uses is a great way to save money and help you become more self-reliant and self-sufficient.

Whiten Clothes
Add a cup of peroxide to your laundry as they wash. It helps get rid of stains in the carpet and clothing. Just pour directly onto the spot, let it sit for a few minutes and then rub and rinse with cold water. Repeat if necessary.

Foot Fungus
Have a nasty itch on your feet? Hydrogen peroxide can help. Simply spray a 50/50 mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water on them every night and let dry.

Infected Cuts
Soak the cut in a mixture of 3-5% hydrogen peroxide for five to 10 minutes several times a day. People have reported that soaking their wounds in hydrogen peroxide has healed gangrene, boils, and skin infections.

Sinus Infections
A tablespoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide added to 1 cup of water (non-chlorinated) can be used as a nasal spray. For more severe sinus infections, increase the amount of hydrogen peroxide in the mixture.

Toothpaste & Mouth Care
Hydrogen peroxide is a great tool for mouth care. You can use it to create mouthwashes, relieve toothaches and make your own toothpaste. Start with a bit of baking soda and slowly add hydrogen peroxide until it creates a paste. Hydrogen peroxide is antiviral, antibacterial and anti-fungal, so it makes a very efficient toothpaste. However, some people have reported that the hydrogen peroxide reacts with amalgam fillings in their mouth, so be careful.

Food Cleaner
Some people add ¼ cup hydrogen peroxide to a full sink of cold water and allow their vegetables to soak and clean before preparation. You can also rinse your meat off before cooking.

Clean Mold
Use a hydrogen peroxide spray to wipe up mold in the fridge or in your house so that it doesn’t spread. Since hydrogen peroxide is anti-fungal and antibacterial, it should stop the mold in its tracks!

Your Ideas?
What have you used hydrogen peroxide for? Comment below and tell us what you’ve used the miracle liquid for.

This article was originally published by The Ready Store on their Ready Blog

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By admin March 31, 2013 14:19
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  1. Pat March 31, 14:32

    You can also mix hydrogen peroxide with your shampoo, let set on your hair a couple minutes then rinse and it cleans your hair to the scalp and leaves it feeling so clean and shiny.

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  2. Scott Batchelor March 31, 14:32

    A weak solution of Hydrogen Peroxide in Hydroponic tea or plant watering releases extra oxygen into the roots for development and helps stop root rot. For gardening uses, this might be useful.

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  3. colleen Ballard March 31, 15:02

    It works great to get blood out of carpet for clothing

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  4. Lux March 31, 17:32

    Any type of hydrogen peroxide that is higher than 3 percent needs to be diluted with water if it is going to come in contact with skin. Wear eye protection when diluting. 35% can “burn” skin instantly on contact.

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  5. Bubba Hotep March 31, 18:47

    I use it in my ears per my physician to help clean out the ear wax and rinse with warm water. It sounds like WW4 going on in the ear but loosens any wax accumulation and the warm water flushes it out. Unfortunately the only side effect is I can hear my wife complaining better than if I just leave the clogs in.

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