The brown bottle of hydrogen is easily recognizable. Found in pharmacies and supermarkets worldwide, hydrogen peroxide is commonly used as disinfectant for small cuts and scrapes. Any parent will know the wonders it works on children. However, this chemical also has plenty of other uses which most would likely never think of.
From stain removal to mold elimination, hydrogen peroxide has tons of unusual uses, all of which are gone over in the video. These are all uses which can fill in for dedicated cleaning products, saving lots of cash. It’s fascinating to see a chemical present in practically every person’s medicine cabinet having so many unknown and incredible uses.
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