Reuse Peroxide Bottles

Peroxide is a great disinfectant with a lot of applications. It also removes a lot of stains, particularly organic stains such as blood. I buy the larger bottles as I use it quite often.

I've found a good use for the empty bottles. As nothing has been in them except peroxide, a thorough rinse and they're ready for most any reuse.

To save money, I buy a lot of household chemicals in gallon containers. Keeping these larger sizes under the kitchen sink would take up far too much room.

I cut labels from these gallon jugs and secure them to peroxide bottles with wide shipping tape. The wide tape keeps the label clean and readable.

Then I fill the bottles with liquid from the gallon jugs. A dollar dish pan from Dollar Tree neatly houses several of these bottles under the sink, all easily accessible and clearly labeled.

The gallon jugs go back to a utility shelf in a pantry. There, I always have a reserve and by making note of that reserve, I never run out.

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April 21, 20180 found this helpful

Good idea!

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