- June 23, 2008 at 4:57 pm #258679
I have used full strength ( 3%) peroxide in my mounth many times. I occaisionally bite the inside of my mouth . A break in the skin inside of the mouth gets infected very easily.
When this happens ,I swish with peroxide 2 – 3 times a day for a couple of days.
We also occaisionaly brush our teeth with a toothbrush that has been soaked in full strength peroxide then sprinkled with baking soda. This really gets the stains off.
We also use it undiluted in our ears , when we start to get swimmers ear. This only works for swimmers( outer ear ) infection, it will not work for middle or inner ear infections.
Sent: Monday, June 23, 2008 12:57 PM
Subject: Budget101.com : Hydrogen peroxide other uses
first: some sites say can use as a mouthwash; another site contained
this info: do not ever use 3% hydrogen peroxide in your mouth as it is
to strong unless diluted folks! it’s #1 purpose currently is being used
in teeth whitening products so it is safe to use in your mouth diluted
at least by 1/2. For the best toothpaste available: mix baking soda
with enough diluted peroxide to make a paste; just a couple of drops is
all you will need: remember: hydrogen peroxide breaks down with light:
so only use the amount you need at the moment keeping stored in the
dark bottle it comes in.
i simply put a small amount 1/4th cup straight
into the toilet & it worked fantastically; far better than comet or any
other cleaner I have ever used.
My daughter said she has used straight
baking soda as comet to scrub & it works well to; I am thinking the
combination of paste could be well used to “scrub” as well; baking
powder & hydrogen peroxide; then spray bath & shower with combo sprays
of hydrogen peroxide & vinegar to disinfect; I have MOPPED with small
amount of white vinegar & water; while it does have a “vinegar” smell
(slightly) to it while mopping & wet, it disappears completely once
dried); It works fantastically.***replace your normal astringent with
3% hydrogen peroxide to help clear up some cases of acne.****
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