What is the shelf life of hydrogen peroxide?

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Hydrogen peroxide has a very long shelf life, usually from two to three years if stored in a cool dry place. Even at higher temperatures, hydrogen peroxide tends to remain relatively stable and able to be used for at least a year. There is no danger in using expired hydrogen peroxide, but there is also no real benefit in it either. It's also wise to keep hydrogen peroxide or any other substance that shouldn't be swallowed, away from toddlers, small children, and animals.
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