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What are some uses of hydrogen peroxide?

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Hydrogen peroxide removes bloodstains, controls mold and mildew, sanitizes fruit and vegetables, eliminates odors and serves as a toothpaste ingredient, according to Huffington Post. When dogs eat something they should not, hydrogen peroxide works as a canine emetic, which makes them vomit rapidly. Contact a veterinarian before administering the treatment.

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A paste of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda cleans tile and grout and eliminates odors on furniture and carpets, as noted by Mother Nature Network. Due to its bleaching qualities, hydrogen peroxide works as laundry bleach. Adding a cup in with white laundry brightens clothes without the odor of real bleach.

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