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Posted March 18, 2012
More than I wanted to know
This book goes into detail about uses of hydrogin peroxide all over the world in industry. All I wanted to know was how the use of it would be of benefit to me. The minor part of the book was devoted to this. Much of the book was used to promote the authors other books.
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Posted February 7, 2012
Always Use Caution
As the author implies, "Always Use Caution" AND always check with your doctor if you have any health concerns. That being said, this book is written in a layout of historical background and folklore. There are many uses for hydrogen peroxide shared here and most are recommended with low grade level H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide). The many uses (not all included in this book) depend on the strength and what you mix it with (i.e. dye in glow sticks, to make peroxide blonde hair, grout cleaner, AND yes as a tooth cleaning agent, etc.) but caution is advised! My take is if it can be used as a main ingredient in explosive devices (higher strength), I'm not sure I want it (even lower strength) IN my body, but perhaps as a cleaning agent in the house. Note, 35% hydrogen peroxide is used to prevent infection transmission in hospital environment, and hydrogen peroxide vapor is registered with the US EPA as a sporicidal sterilant. Patti Graham, Author
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Posted August 3, 2011
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