Best All-Around Non-Toxic, Cost-Effective DIY Stain Remover For Your Home
Stain Remover Tips Using Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen Peroxide – Oxygen Plus is a highly effective stain remover that is against any organic, oil and biological stains. This product is safe to use around children, people suffering from asthma and allergies and pets, as there are no harmful chemicals. Hydrogen peroxide is also an excellent mould, mildew, fungi, viruses and bacteria killer. This makes it perfect for Stain removal in the home.
- Safe to Use Around Children and Pets
- Highly Effective Against Any Organic Stains Like Sweat, Blood or Urine
- No Harmful Chemicals, Alcohol, Toxic Fragrances, Parabens
- Kills Mould, Mildew, Fungi, Viruses and Bacteria
- Cost-Effective, Saving Money & Cabinet Space
- Bulk Size for Easy Refill of Mister Spray Bottles
- Reduce the Use of Single-Use Spray Bottles and Save $100’S by Eliminating Multiple Cleaning Products
- 100% Biodegradable Into Water And Oxygen
Carpet Stain Remover
The easiest and fastest method to remove a stain is to saturate it with 3% hydrogen peroxide, wait 2-3 minutes, and then use a clean cloth to blot the area until the stain has been removed. It’s best to wait 5-10 minutes before blotting a serious stain like coffee or red wine.
For older or more stubborn stains, combine a solution of castile soap, baking soda, and hydrogen peroxide to apply. Always do a spot test and start with a low concentration of 1% – 1.5%. Depending on how old the stain is, you may need more or less hydrogen peroxide.
Mattress Stain Remover
The most typical stains on mattresses are blood, sweat, and urine, and hydrogen peroxide is the ideal option since it is very effective against organic stains.
To remove light stains and sanitize your mattress, fill a Mister 360 Spray Bottle with 3% hydrogen peroxide and mist the entire mattress on all sides. Spray stains in a circular motion until wet. After spraying, allow 5-10 minutes for the solution to work before blotting away any excess moisture with a clean towel. Sanitising your mattress will also help kill mould, fungus, or dust mites.
For heavy stains, rub some baking soda on the stain and soak with 3% hydrogen peroxide and wait for 10-15 minutes. Then, scrape the mixture off and wipe away any excess using a rag moistened with hydrogen peroxide. For very old stains you can also leave the mixture overnight to let it dry. The next day, vacuum the mattress to remove any access baking soda.
Stain Remover for Clothes
It’s happened to all of us. We’re rushing around, trying to get out the door on time, when we realize we’ve got a stain on our clothes. Whether it’s from spilled coffee or grape juice, these stains can be a real hassle to remove. But with a little hydrogen peroxide, you can usually take care of the problem. Apply a small amount of hydrogen peroxide directly to the stain, and blot it with a soft cloth. You may need to repeat this process a few times before the stain is completely gone.
DID YOU KNOW?
Hydrogen Peroxide has been used in textile industries for over a century. It’s a natural bleaching agent that is gentle on fabrics and helps to brighten your clothes.
Pet Stain and Odour Remover
If you’re looking for a great pet stain remover, you should definitely consider using hydrogen peroxide. For heavy stains and to remove odours mix hydrogen peroxide and baking soda with castile soap to remove stains and odours. Just pour it onto the stain and scrub with a brush. Rinse with water and your pet’s stain and odours will be gone!
Remove Deodorant / Armpit Stains
To use hydrogen peroxide, combine a solution of 2:1 hydrogen peroxide and mild dish soap and gently brush the stain with a soft brush or an old toothbrush. Hydrogen peroxide breaks up the proteins in the sweat stain and helps to reduce or completely remove stains.
Hard WaterStain Remover (Bathtubs and Metal Fixtures)
Ordinary 6% hydrogen peroxide works wonders on stubborn soap scum and water stain combinations that accumulate on bathtubs and metal fixtures. For added cleaning power, make a paste using cream of tartar, a type of baking powder, and apply it to the stained area. Let it sit for up to 30 minutes, and then scrub with a damp sponge to reveal the results of your efforts.
Hard WaterStain Remover (Ceramic Tiles or Grout)
Ceramic tile is prone to problems with hard water stains. Even the most costly tiles and grout appear low-quality due to the minerals’ residue. To fix the problem, apply a baking soda and 6% hydrogen peroxide paste to the affected areas. Allow 10-15 minutes for the stains to penetrate. Then brush lightly with a toothbrush or other bristle brush to reveal tiles that appear brand new.
Urine Stain Remover & Urine Odor Remover
When it comes to eliminating human or pet urine, hydrogen peroxide is a solid choice. It utilises electron exchange to break down the organic compounds in urine, making it effective against any organic stains, including blood.
Hydrogen peroxide has been studied for nearly two hundred years and contains no hidden nasty chemicals, so it’s safe to use around children and pets.
Another benefit is that it will also eliminate any biological stains, such as mould and mildew, from mattresses or pet beds.
Blood Stain Remover
For fresh blood stains, blot the area with a clean white cloth soaked in cool water. Then apply hydrogen peroxide directly to the stain and blot with another clean white cloth. You may need to repeat this process a few times before the stain is completely gone.
For old or set-in blood stains, mix a paste of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda and apply it to the stain. Let it sit for up to 30 minutes, then blot with a clean white cloth. Rinse the area with cool water and blot again to remove any residue.
Note: Be sure to test any fabric for colourfastness before using Hydrogen Peroxide.
Red Wine Stain Removal
If you’re dealing with a red wine stain, you’ll want to act quickly. Blot the stain with a clean white cloth soaked in cool water, then apply hydrogen peroxide directly to the stain and blot again. You may need to repeat this process a few times before the stain is completely gone.
Using Salt, Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide for Red Wine Stain Removal
First, start by blotting up as much of the red wine as you can using a clean cloth. Be sure to blot and not rub, as this will only spread the stain. Once you’ve blotted up as much wine as possible, it’s time to start sprinkling salt over the affected area. The salt will help to absorb the remaining wine and prevent it from setting into the fabric. After you’ve let the salt sit for a few minutes, it’s time to add baking soda to the mix. Baking soda is a natural Stain Remover and will help to lift the stain from the fabric. Once you’ve added the baking soda, it’s time to start spraying hydrogen peroxide onto the stain. The hydrogen peroxide will help to break down the Stain Remover and lift it from the fabric.
Finally, it’s time to start blotting the area with a clean cloth. Be sure to blot until the stain is no longer visible. Once the Stain Remover is gone, you can wash the area with soap and water to remove any residual salt or baking soda.
Stain Removal That Has No Known Origin
Do you have no idea what that discoloured area is but still want to get rid of it? Try this tried-and-true remover: mix a teaspoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide with a bit of cream of tartar or toothpaste (not gel toothpaste) , and apply the paste to the stain using a soft cloth.
Hydrogen peroxide is also great for removing mildew and mould stains.
Simply apply the hydrogen peroxide to the stain and let it sit for 5-10 minutes before wiping it away.
So, there you have it. These are just some of the ways you can use hydrogen peroxide to remove stains around your home. With its versatility and cost-effectiveness, it’s no wonder this product is a staple in many households