I had a date with my dentist today and asked him about something I read on ThriftyFun. He said never use the hydrogen peroxide full-strength in your mouth. Said full-strength it is damaging to tissue. He said to dilute Hydrogen Peroxide to one part Hydrogen Peroxide and 2 parts water. I tried it full-strength a couple of times, but rinsing out after caused pain so I think I'll take his advice.
BTW, Hydrogen Peroxide foamed inside my mouth, as it's supposed to. It felt weird. Google the subject to get more opinions.
By Chuck from OH
I posted that same idea as a feedback when someone said they used it full strength.
There is a dental product on the market, glyoxide, used for mouth cleaning. PROPORTIONED SAFELY. Glycerin and peroxide. My mother read elsewhere about the hydrogen peroxide for her mouth after new dentures and I keep telling her it is not the same as the marketed product. Some people you can't get them to listen till the damage is done.
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