Take a capful of H2O2 (that's peroxide, y'all) and hold in your mouth for 10 minutes each day. Cheaper than mouthwash, it'll keep your mouth clean as a whistle and your teeth will be bright as stars!
Let your toothbrushes soak in a cup of peroxide to keep them free of germs and nastiness.
Spray a little peroxide on your counters to kill germs and keep things clean, Clean, CLEAN!
After you've rinsed your wooden cutting boards, pour a little peroxide on them to kill salmonella and other bacteria.
Apply peroxide to infected cuts and scrapes several times a day to relieve pain and cure the infection.
Spray a 50/50 mix of water and peroxide into your nose when you have a cold. It'll bubble up and help kill the germs in there.
If you have a toothache and can't get to the dentist right away, put a capful of H202 in your mouth several times a day to help with the pain.
Spray a 50/50 solution of peroxide and water on your hair for natural-looking highlights. It won't turn all red like with some other hair dyes.
As an alternative to bleach, add a cup of peroxide to your laundry to whiten & brighten clothes.
Spray peroxide on your dirty mirrors. It'll clean them right up and will leave a streak-free shine!
Things are finally starting to return to some kind of normal, and I am so excited to see your 😃 faces at NAR's 2021 REALTORS® Conference & Expo. Tune in for my recommended must-have items to pack and how NOT to feel overwhelmed as you prepare. This is your official (ok, FINE, unofficial) guide to packing and prepping for #NARAnnual (or any big convention or trip in life).
This classic Southern recipe has many variations that are easy to make and delivers a refreshing sweet, and tart flavor that's perfect for hot summer days!
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