25 Ways You can Use Hydrogen Peroxide that You Never Knew
Hydrogen peroxide is a common household staple. But you will be surprised after knowing that it has so many uses. Check out!
If you’re anything like me, you probably have a bunch of cleaning supplies underneath your sink and random medicine stuff in your cabinets. One of those things is probably hydrogen peroxide, which is actually quite a versatile chemical. Here are just a few ways you can use it around your house! (The H2O2 in this article is referring to 3%.)
1. For Your Feet
Mix half-and-half solution of peroxide and warm water. You can put it in a shallow container or a rag, whichever you prefer. Then soak your feet in it. This will help soften callouses and also get rid of any foot fungus.
2. Contact Lenses
If you find yourself in need of taking your contacts out but don’t have any solution, have no fear. You can simply use peroxide to store your contacts for the night. However, make sure to follow instructions in order to neutralize the peroxide before you put your contacts back in.
3. Hair Lightener
Put a 50/50 mixture of water and peroxide into a spray bottle. Then, in the mornings, lightly spray your hair with the mixture. Comb your hair thoroughly and then let it air dry. This will naturally lighten your hair without harsh chemicals.