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Clean Your Mirrors

hydroghen peroxide clean mirrors

We’ve all been there—you go through the effort of cleaning your mirrors, only to find out the glass cleaner you used made them look worse than before. Streaked or cloudy mirrors can ruin their functionality and make your living space look messy. To avoid this, what should one use to get streak-free mirrors? The answer is [hp] . Hydrogen peroxide is an ideal mirror cleaner, resulting in gorgeous, streak-free shine every time. Its chemical makeup is similar to water but contains an extra atom of oxygen which makes it a very reactive substance while still being completely non-toxic. Unlike many cleaners found in the drugstore, hydrogen peroxide doesn’t contain any chlorine, alcohols, acids, or other dangerous chemical additives, making it safe to use around your entire family.

Simply follow these steps:

  1. 1

    Pour Hydrogen Peroxide 3% – Oxygen PlusTM into a spray bottle and spray on your mirrors.

  2. 2

    Wipe off with a paper towel.

Not only is [hp] the ideal choice for cleaning your mirrors, but it’s also highly effective at disinfecting them. Many people might not think to disinfect their mirrors, but it’s actually very important to do so. Mirrors are constantly exposed to everything in the air, attracting not just dust, dirt, and grime, but also germs and bacteria. This is especially true for your bathroom mirrors, which easily collect harmful germs. You can feel confident using hydrogen peroxide, as it kills bacteria, viruses, mould spores, yeast, and fungi to help prevent the transmission of common and serious illnesses.

Sure, a store-bought cleaner might do an alright job, but it’s no match for the cleaning power, disinfectant properties, and cost-efficiency of this simple solution. Plus, traditional store-bought cleaners tend to include more soap than is necessary, which might account for their tendency to leave streaks.

Mirror, mirror on the wall, whose is the streakiest and dirtiest of them all? Certainly not yours, once you start using [hp].

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