The hydrogen peroxide or hydrogen peroxide that was previously used to heal skin wounds can be very useful in the kitchen, especially for some tricks that they remove stubborn stains, bacteria, and other germs.
Hydrogen peroxide kills yeasts, fungi, bacteria, viruses, and mold spores.
When using it no activation required, no problems elimination, odor, or irritation, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), but you should avoid contact of this liquid with the eyes.
Uses Of Hydrogen Peroxide In Kitchen
To wash and keep your fruits and vegetables fresh
Uses 1/4 cup 3 percent hydrogen peroxide per gallon of water to help flush bacteria and pesticides from your vegetables. Soak and then rinse.
Hard-skinned fruits and vegetables like potatoes and carrots can be soaked 30 minutes.
Vegetables with delicate skin, soak for 20 minutes.
Eliminating the bacteria in some of your vegetables can prevent them from turning brown, soak them in the disinfectant, rinse and dry very well before refrigerating.
Disinfect your counter and cutting boards
Using undiluted hydrogen peroxide is effective in killing bacteria E. coli and Salmonella on hard surfaces like countertops. Let it rest on the surface for 10 minutes at room temperature.
Your cutting boards often harbor bacteria and other germs, so remove them by soaking for 10 minutes in 3 percent hydrogen peroxide.
Remove extra grime from your dishes
Give more power to your liquid dish detergent and add two ounces of hydrogen peroxide.
If your dishes are too dirty and stained, add baking soda, soak the powder with hydrogen peroxide and scrub. If the stain persists, leave it on overnight and rinse the next day.
Clean your sink and leave it shiny
Moisten the surface of the sink and then rub with baking soda sprinkled on a sponge. Pour the hydrogen peroxide, let it mix with the baking soda, and work for a few minutes, rinse.
Eliminates bacteria and fungi from the dishwasher and refrigerator
Put hydrogen peroxide on a paper towel, rag, or sponge and clean the shelves and walls of your refrigerator.
Spray hydrogen peroxide in those places in the dishwasher where moisture can give life to fungi and bacteria, rubber seal folds, traps, and grooves in the utensil basket.
Avoid Mixing of hydrogen peroxide with ammonia, chlorine bleach, or vinegar, this combination can create unsafe gases.