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Here’s What To Do If 35% Hydrogen Peroxide Is Unavailable

Q. I'm searching all over to find 35% hydrogen peroxide for one of your suggested methods to remove a stain. I cannot find it locally. Do you have an alternative or any tips?  The beauty supply store doesn't sell it anymore.

A. Try looking for 20% hydrogen peroxide at a beauty supply store since 35% is unavailable.

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