Does peroxide kill mold?

Answer Peroxide, short for hydrogen peroxide, does kill mold. It works as bleach does in killing fungus but has advantages over bleach because peroxide doesn't damage the environment or emit toxic fumes.S... Read More »

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Can peroxide be used to kill mold?

Peroxide can be used to kill mold. Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and saturate mold-infected surfaces. After 15 minutes, scrub the area to remove all mold and stains. Wipe the area clea... Read More »

Does hydrogen peroxide kill hair follicles?

On One Hand: Adverse EffectsHydrogen peroxide, a bleaching agent, does have adverse effects on hair follicles. As it is applied to hair, it builds up in the strands over time, eventually causing th... Read More »

Does bleach kill mold?

Bleach kills mold on solid, non-porous household surfaces. Bleach, however, does not kill the mold spores that escape into the air as you clean the non-porous surfaces. Many porous materials ruined... Read More »

Does a Vinegar & Bleach Mix Kill Mold?

Vinegar is an effective mold killer, as is bleach. However, these two chemicals should be used separately to rid surfaces of mold. If they are combined into one mixture, the result is hazardous to ... Read More »