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14% hydrogen peroxide

Who knows how to use 14% hydrogen Peroxide on carpet.
What is heavy water, what is it used for and does it exist naturally?

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I give up. Please share your wisdom with us noobs.
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I give up. Please share your wisdom with us noobs.
L0L...... hello JMI... really want some info on the peroxide if you have some.

H202 two O and two H used in nuclear plants to help radiation from getting out and to help cool the rods. and yes it can be natural, like one cup per two tons of water. Gessss, I though every one would know that one.
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I have no idea what "heavy water" is. 14% h202 is okay, I think it is better to just use something like boost all though. It is not that expensive and does the same thing in a safer way. I would also recomend a product called usr by pro's choice. It has the same effect as h202 but it is safer and can be left on the carpet to get rid of the toughest spots.
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I have no idea what "heavy water" is. 14% h202 is okay, I think it is better to just use something like boost all though. It is not that expensive and does the same thing in a safer way. I would also recomend a product called usr by pro's choice. It has the same effect as h202 but it is safer and can be left on the carpet to get rid of the toughest spots.
Great, thank you theother.
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14% hydorgen peroxide

come on guys... help me out here. I have been experimenting with this stuff.... works good but... i am not sure what happens later.
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