Informational booklet published by the Oakland Chemical Company includes advice on hygiene along with an advertisement for Dioxogen, their product name for hydrogen peroxide, explaining all the ways it can be used in the home. Bottom of pages include tips for the consumer.
The Oakland Chemical Company began selling hydrogen peroxide in 1881, eventually selling it under their brand name Dioxogen from approximately 1901 through circa 1930. The company could not defend a trademark for Dioxogen given the lack of variation from its pure form as hydrogen peroxide.
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