1. Use hydrogen peroxide to soak toothbrushes in between uses to eliminate germs.
2. Add hydrogen peroxide to the water you give your plants. It provides extra oxygen, something that is lacking in tap water. They'll love you for it.
3. To wash fruits and vegetables, use 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide with a little salt in a large bowl full of cool water. Kills bacteria and neutralizes chemical pesticides.
4. In the bathroom, spray sink with full-strength hydrogen peroxide to kill the cold virus and other germs and viruses.
5. Two ounces of hydrogen peroxide in the dishwasher will prevent the spread of colds, flu viruses and food-borne illness.
6. To get rid of canker sores and whiten your teeth, swish a cap full of hydrogen peroxide in your mouth daily for 10 minutes. Spit out when finished. Or if you'd rather rinse with a great tasting mouthwash made from hydrogen peroxide, find the recipe for making it here.
7. Use hydrogen peroxide for toilets to disinfect and whiten the bowl.
8. To lighten your hair with more natural looking highlights (looks like you've been in the sun), spray hair after shampooing with a solution of 50% water to 50% hydrogen peroxide. Comb it through your hair, but do not rinse.
9. Keep a spray bottle of full-strength hydrogen peroxide in the shower to use as a disinfectant. Kills foot fungus, disease-causing bacteria, mold, mildew and more.
10. Follow this link for a very effective laundry stain remover that you can make quickly and easily with hydrogen peroxide.
11. Put a fast end to colds, flu, infections and even sinusitis by using hydrogen peroxide to gargle with, or drop into ears and/or nose with eye dropper.
12. Use a 50/50 solution of water and hydrogen peroxide to remove blood stains from clothing. Add one cup of full-strength hydrogen peroxide to the washing machine water (before adding clothing) to whiten and brighten your laundry.
13. To kill bacteria and viruses on raw meat, use salt and hydrogen peroxide in chilled water to soak fish, chicken or other meat.