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Pyoure's Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaning Tips — Cleaning Tips for Hydrogen Peroxide

Why Does Hydrogen Peroxide Foam?

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Why Does Hydrogen Peroxide Foam?

Hydrogen peroxide is widely known as an extremely safe and effective disinfectant that can be used all over your home.  Chances are if you've ever sprayed a hydrogen peroxide cleaner on a moldy or germ laden tub or on grout, you have witnessed bubbles and foaming on that surface. So what exactly is that foam, and what causes it? Hydrogen peroxide is much like water, but it has an extra unstable oxygen molecule.  Peroxide bubbles when in contact with many living organisms due to the presence of an enzyme called catalase. This enzyme acts as a catalyst that speeds the breakdown...

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Does Hydrogen Peroxide REALLY Clean?

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Does Hydrogen Peroxide REALLY Clean?

I'm sure you've heard lots of horrible things about how toxic and unsafe bleach is.  But as a mother, I know all too well the temptation to back-slide into using it, especially when cleaning really disgusting areas like the bathrooms.  After all, those areas need heavy-duty cleaning, and bleach definitely kills germs.   Chances are, if you're a somewhat health conscientious person, you've heard about the new trend of using hydrogen peroxide as a germ fighting alternative to bleach.  And if you're a skeptic like me, you probably thought that cleaning with hydrogen peroxide is "cute" and all, buuuut ......

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Pyoure – The Hydrogen Peroxide Weapon Every Household Needs in Its Arsenal

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Pyoure – The Hydrogen Peroxide Weapon Every Household Needs in Its Arsenal

Don’t do it. Don’t go reaching for that toxic bottle of bleach for your spring cleaning. I know, I know. You want to make sure that you thoroughly clean your bathroom or kitchen that your precious little crumb-snatchers, pets, and man-child have soiled. But what exactly is bleach harming? Aside from polluting our water systems and creating a variety of toxic cocktails by mixing with other elements, most of which remain in our environment for many, many years, bleach is particularly dangerous to humans and pets.   Bleach routinely causes respiratory problems, skin burns, damage to the nervous system, asthma, headaches,...

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