4. Grout Cleaner
Dirty grout makes your entire kitchen or bathroom look gross. Even though you may clean it religiously, grout is porous and esily takes in stains and makes it difficult to get out with just a swipe of a paper towel. Sprinkle baking soda along the grout lines and then pour just enough hydrogen peroxide to make a paste. Rub in the mixture with an old toothbrush and then let sit for at least 30 minutes, maybe longer depending on how dirty your grout is. Then come back with a sponge and scrub, scrub, scrub! I think you’ll be surprised how clean it is!
5. Unclog Bathroom Drains
My husband’s sink is constantly smelly and clogged because of this shaving gel and facial hair remnants, so I’ve made it mandatory that he pour some hydrogen peroxide down the sink after every shave. It helps kill bacteria that cause odor, and you can even pour a little baking soda done there along with the peroxide to really push a clog along.
6. Get Rid Of Mold
Nobody likes mold. It’s unsightly and dangerous and just plain gross. Spray mold with undiluted, 3% hydrogen peroxide and let it sit on the area for a minimum of 10 minutes (longer if it’s a bad area). Then come back with a sponge to remove. You can also use hydrogen peroxide as a regular after shower spray to help keep mold away in the first place.