This Looks Unhealthy But When You Do This To Your Ears, It’s Actually Really Good



I still remember how much I hated getting cuts and scrapes as a kid…because they meant my mom would douse the spot with hydrogen peroxide and that arguably hurt more!

But it also always did the trick. Since hydrogen peroxide does expire — you should get rid of it six months after opening — it can be tough to use the entire bottle up on just bumps and cuts. Then again, if you know all of these awesome uses for the fizzy liquid, you’ll find yourself going through bottle after bottle. This stuff is so useful!

First, for easy application, consider getting a spray bottle top for your hydrogen peroxide.

First, for easy application, consider getting a <a href="http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&amp;field-keywords=spray+bottle+nozzle&amp;rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Aspray+bottle+nozzle" target="_blank">spray bottle top</a> for your hydrogen peroxide.

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1. Give your dishwasher detergent a boost by adding a splash of hydrogen peroxide to it.

Give your dishwasher detergent a boost by adding a splash of hydrogen peroxide to it.

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2. Make elephant toothpaste with your kids.

3. Got gunk in your ears? Clean them out with a drop or two of hydrogen peroxide.

Got gunk in your ears? Clean them out with a drop or two of hydrogen peroxide.

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4. Get rid of dry, cracked heels by soaking your feet in a hydrogen peroxide and hot water bath for 30 minutes.

Get rid of dry, cracked heels by soaking your feet in a hydrogen peroxide and hot water bath for 30 minutes.

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Dry them off and scrub with a pumice stone to easily remove the dead skin.

5. Clean off burnt-on food and grease stains with hydrogen peroxide and baking soda.



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