Hydrogen peroxide needs to be diluted down to 3% solution – this is very easy to do: Use 1 part 6% food grade to 1 part of distilled water. For example, to make 400ml of 3% H2O2, use 200ml of 6% H2O2 with 200ml of distilled water. Warning: 6% H2O2 is a strong oxidizer – when handling always use rubber gloves and safety glasses. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Hydrogen peroxide uses: (Whenever 3% H2O2 is mentioned, please note that this is 6% food grade diluted to 3%) Plant care: Add 3ml of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide to 1 litre of water or for imperial measurements use 2½ tsp per gallon, but when you start it is recommended to use a lower concentration and after a few weeks use the higher concentration. Use every time you water your plants. Laundry: Use 330ml of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide with your washing instead of chemical bleaches. Cleaning/Sanitizing/Disinfectant: In the kitchen use 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide in a spray bottle and use on surfaces and work tops, leaves a fresh smell and bacteria free. In the bathroom use half 3% solution and half distilled water in a spray bottle. This does not inhibit processes in the septic tank (unlike other household bleaches). Food Sterilization: Soak your fruit and vegetables in a washing bowl filled with water and 45ml of 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. Depending on the size, soak for 20-30 minutes, then drain, dry and leave in the fridge. It has been noted that doing this will prolong the life of fruit and vegetables. Remove Earwax: Tilt your head to one side, use a eye dropper bottle to dispense 3% hydrogen peroxide so it fills the ear canal (do not do this if ear drum is damaged). Within a couple of minutes you should notice a bubbling in your ear. This is good as it shows that there is something there that shouldn?t be. If the bubbling stops after five minutes, repeat the process until the bubbling stops completely. Now repeat on the other ear.