10 Surprising Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide You Need To Know Number One – Treat Sinus Infections This gentle method will safely eliminate infections, clear up congestion and relieve the condition. To clear up your nasal passages, mix four parts of water and one part food-grade hydrogen peroxide. Put the mixture in a nasal spray bottle and spray it into your nose and after a moment or so, blow it right back out. You can even irrigate your nose using this solution with a neti pot. Number Two – Antiseptic Mouthwash Bad breathe is a condition that many people suffer with. Commercial mouthwashes only mask the smell and dry out the mouth, making the issue even worse. Instead, mix an equal part of water and hydrogen peroxide, and use it as a mouthwash. It will kill germs that cause bad breath and gently whiten teeth over time. If you happen to suffer from tonsil stones, gargle daily with a 50-50 mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide, for at least 30 seconds. You should notice that the stones vanish within a week or two. Number Three – Clear Up Acne Pimples and clogged pores are downright embarrassing regardless of your age. To clear up your skin, use hydrogen peroxide mixed with water as a facial rinse or toner. Hydrogen peroxide has any bacterial properties and a drying effect on the skin. It will kill bacteria that cause acne and will also disaffect and tighten your pores, giving you a much clearer and younger-looking complexion. Number Four – Remove Ear Wax To remove dried up ear wax, simply soak a cotton ball with hydrogen peroxide, then lie down on your side and put a few drops into your ear. You will immediately notice that the hydrogen peroxide starts to fizzle or bubble and it may feel ticklish or itchy. This is the hydrogen peroxide activating, breaking down the wax buildup. After about five to ten minutes or when the bubbling stops, stand up and drain your ear, then repeat these steps with your other ear. Number Five – Treat Foot Fungus Foot fungus or athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet, this infection can spread onto the toenails and hands, and it is contagious. To stop this embarrassing fungal growth, Combine equal parts of hydrogen peroxide and water in a dark-colored spray bottle. Next, apply this solution to the affected area on your feet or hands every night until the fungus clears up. Number Six – Disinfect Childrens Toys Let’s face it, children drool and they tend to put just about everything in their mouth, especially during the first few years of their lives. Hydrogen peroxide is a safe cleaning alternative to use around children compared to commercial cleaning products that are harsh and often cause lung irritations. By regularly disinfecting kids toys and playing areas with hydrogen peroxide, you’ll keep germs and bacteria away. Number Seven – Get Rid of Musty Odors Kitchen and bath towels are notorious for getting that unpleasant musty odor over time. You can get rid of these funky odors by washing towels in a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and plain white vinegar. Number Eight – Whiten Laundry Have you ever noticed some yellowing around the collar or armpit areas of your white shirts? Or are your favorite whites looking more like ivory these days? To revitalize your yellow garments, add a cup of hydrogen peroxide to a basin filled with water and let the fabric soak for a good 15-30 minutes, then wash as regular. Number Nine – All-Purpose Cleaner Hydrogen peroxide is the safe and cheap alternative to commercial cleaning products. It can be used as a standalone solution or mixed with water. It’s great for cleaning kitchen and bathroom surfaces, including tiles, sinks, toilet bowls, bathtubs, and showers. You can even whiten the grout between your tiles by making a thick paste of hydrogen peroxide and flower. Apply it directly onto the grout, cover it with plastic wrap over night and rinse it clean in the morning. If mold seems to be an issue, you can spray hydrogen peroxide regularly on areas where mold and mildew are present. This will stop fungal growth and remove discoloration. Number Ten – Clean Fruits and Veggies and Preserve Freshness Commercially grown produce are heavily sprayed with all kinds of pesticides and fungicides. To get rid of these toxic chemicals and to preserve freshness, soak your fruits and vegetables in a sink full of water and a quarter cup of food-grade hydrogen peroxide for about 20 minutes. Rinse and dry them properly before storing. Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to like and share this video and subscribe for more!