No! The longer answer is: Never mix hydrogen peroxide and vinegar together in one container. The resulting chemical, per-acetic acid, can harm you when mixed together this way if you accidentally create a strong concentration in this fashion. Per-acetic acid also has entirely different characteristics and properties than either hydrogen peroxide or vinegar. Additionally, we don't know if per-acetic acid kills the same group of pathogenic food-borne bacteria when used this way as a spray - it very well may not. You can spray one first, then the second to follow.