There are a million uses for this product. I use it to clean small cuts and scrapes, and for cleaning up messes around the house. The biggest use I get out of it, though, is to get stains out of carpet. Even old stains lift right up with hydrogen peroxide. This should be a staple in every household!
Peroxide is useful in so many things from first aid to house cleaning chores. I use it for cleaning cuts and the such but also as a mouth wash, a tooth ache pain reliever, hair lightener, and toothpaste additive. Peroxide is the one product that is always in the house. Definitely buy often.
To me regular Hydrogen Peroxide from one brand is the same Hydrogen Peroxide as another. I'm pretty sure to have the title it's regulated by the powers that be to have "x" amount of H2O2 per H2O solution with minimal, if any, inactive ingredients.
I have kids, and I myself get hurt or need to clean a cut sometimes and this is my choice. It doesn’t burn which is great for the little ones, and it is cool to watch it bubble up, so you know it’s cleaning out all the bad stuff! 😂
I have a bottle of this in both bathrooms, in the cleaning box and in the laundry room. I purchase mine in the grocery store and it is a stable at my house for cuts, scrapes, for cleaning and getting a stain out of fabric. Not only is it cheap and effective but it does not harm the environment.
Have been using this since I was little for cuts. Works great, and just as well as a brand. Very inexpensive and I use it before I put a band aid over the cut. It gets the bacteria out, is a little cold but works great!
Great for any cuts, scratches, and sores. It takes out all of the infection and heals all wounds. Definitely recommend especially for children if they fall and get hurt. The whole bottle can last a family for a while.
I actually use this for a variety of things. First and foremost first aid of course and I also use it as a mouth rinse before brushing my teeth in the morning and at the end of the day. Also used as a gargle when having a sore throat and a stain remover on clothes/carpets.
I first want to point out to anyone using this that you should not be using this to prevent infection in a wound. This should be used when you need to wash out any sand, dirt, debris, or dead skin in a wound! If that’s your plan this is a great option!