21. Sprout Seeds
Soaking seeds in 3% hydrogen peroxide weakens their seed coating and triggers the germination process.
20. Clean Contact Lenses
Did you know hydrogen peroxide is an active component in many contact lens cleaners? These hydrogen peroxide-based cleaners are actually more efficient than traditional multi-purpose cleaners.
19. Whiten Fingernails
Your nails can turn yellow over time, especially if you like to keep your nails painted. Soak a cotton ball in hydrogen peroxide and place it on each stained nail. Keep the cotton ball on your nail for a few minutes and the stains will disappear! Because hydrogen peroxide can be harsh on skin, it is best to apply a lotion after you complete this process.