1. Boil hydrogen peroxide.

Boiled hydrogen peroxide is a kind of hydrogen peroxide, which is put into a pot, completely submerged in water, heated and boiled. Boil water and soak for a while. Suitable for: tableware, napkins, towels and other heat-resistant items.

  1. Steam over hydrogen peroxide.

Steam hydrogen peroxide is a kind of hydrogen peroxide produced by steam at 100 °C. The time to pass the hydrogen peroxide should be calculated from 10 to 20 minutes after the water boils and the steam comes out. Items exposed to hydrogen peroxide should be placed vertically with clearance. Applicable to: tableware, rice bucket, vegetable bowl, etc.

  1. Soaked in hydrogen peroxide.

For lumen items to be soaked, the lumen should be filled with hydrogen peroxide solution. After the specified time, remove the water for washing and drying. Used for: moisture-proof toys, toilets, plastic products, etc.

  1. Wipe the hydrogen peroxide.

When wiping the hydrogen peroxide, soak it in a certain concentration of hydrogen peroxide solution with a rag, and wipe the surface of the hydrogen peroxide object back and forth. If necessary, wipe it down with clean water to reduce possible corrosion. Suitable for: furniture, door handles, faucets, floors, walls, etc.

  1. Ultraviolet light passes through hydrogen peroxide.

Ultraviolet lamps are used to irradiate indoor air and object surfaces with hydrogen peroxide. Applicable to: indoor air, object surface, etc.

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