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15 Uses For Toothpaste You Didn’t Know Before

posted in Health & Fitness
10/01/2014
  • HAnd Freshner:
Soap doesn’t work that well when you have to remove the heavy smell of fish, onions, or other stinky foods from your skin
    HAnd Freshner:
    Soap doesn’t work that well when you have to remove the heavy smell of fish, onions, or other stinky foods from your skin
  • Moble Screen Cleaner::
Devices without a protective screen can become scratched over time. Toothpaste can clean screens on mobile devices such as cell phones and handheld gaming consoles. Lightly rub the screen with toothpaste on a cotton cloth. Then wipe the screen clean with a second cloth
    Moble Screen Cleaner::
    Devices without a protective screen can become scratched over time. Toothpaste can clean screens on mobile devices such as cell phones and handheld gaming consoles. Lightly rub the screen with toothpaste on a cotton cloth. Then wipe the screen clean with a second cloth
  • Chrome Cleaner::
When you notice the water spots all over your chrome faucets, use the toothpaste and rub it gently on the chrome with a soft cloth, then rinse it off. This will work for any chrome, from plumbing fixtures to car wheels
    Chrome Cleaner::
    When you notice the water spots all over your chrome faucets, use the toothpaste and rub it gently on the chrome with a soft cloth, then rinse it off. This will work for any chrome, from plumbing fixtures to car wheels
  • Sink Shiner:
We have all dropped globs of toothpaste into our sinks at some point. But instead of letting it dry into a ball, use a soft cloth and rub the toothpaste around your sink to keep it shining. Once you rinse it, any odors from the drain will also be removed.
    Sink Shiner:
    We have all dropped globs of toothpaste into our sinks at some point. But instead of letting it dry into a ball, use a soft cloth and rub the toothpaste around your sink to keep it shining. Once you rinse it, any odors from the drain will also be removed.
  • Goggle Defogger:
Goggles that have an antifog coating can be a bit pricey, but you can make regular goggles fog-proof using toothpaste. Rub a small amount of toothpaste on the inside of the goggles in gentle circular motions to prevent scratching the lenses. This trick works for swimming, bike etc
    Goggle Defogger:
    Goggles that have an antifog coating can be a bit pricey, but you can make regular goggles fog-proof using toothpaste. Rub a small amount of toothpaste on the inside of the goggles in gentle circular motions to prevent scratching the lenses. This trick works for swimming, bike etc
  • Silver Polisher::
Whether it’s forks and spoons, candlestick holders, or ornaments, silver can be revived by polishing it with toothpaste on a soft cloth. For crevices, use a soft toothbrush and then wipe the whole thing down with a dry cloth.
    Silver Polisher::
    Whether it’s forks and spoons, candlestick holders, or ornaments, silver can be revived by polishing it with toothpaste on a soft cloth. For crevices, use a soft toothbrush and then wipe the whole thing down with a dry cloth.
  • When your iron’s soleplate looks gunky due to mineral buildup, you can easily clean it with a damp cloth and toothpaste. Make sure the iron is cool and unplugged and wipe the toothpaste cloth first, then wipe it with a second cloth.
    When your iron’s soleplate looks gunky due to mineral buildup, you can easily clean it with a damp cloth and toothpaste. Make sure the iron is cool and unplugged and wipe the toothpaste cloth first, then wipe it with a second cloth.
  • DVD Scratch Remover:

Minor scratches and smudges can be removed from discs using toothpaste. Rub a tiny amount and work your way from the center outward with a cotton or microfiber cloth. This works best with small scratches and a small amount should be used since using too much will worsen it
    DVD Scratch Remover:

    Minor scratches and smudges can be removed from discs using toothpaste. Rub a tiny amount and work your way from the center outward with a cotton or microfiber cloth. This works best with small scratches and a small amount should be used since using too much will worsen it
  • Shower-Door Revitalizer:
Glass shower doors accumulate scum very quickly. To give them their original clarity, simply wipe it down with a squeeze of toothpaste on a damp cloth or sponge. For more stubborn stains, let the toothpaste sit for a while and then rinse it off.
    Shower-Door Revitalizer:
    Glass shower doors accumulate scum very quickly. To give them their original clarity, simply wipe it down with a squeeze of toothpaste on a damp cloth or sponge. For more stubborn stains, let the toothpaste sit for a while and then rinse it off.
  • Nail hole Filler:
Joint compound or spackling are more ideal solutions, but toothpaste works best for smaller holes made by small nails or pins. Simply apply it to the hole and wipe away the excess.
    Nail hole Filler:
    Joint compound or spackling are more ideal solutions, but toothpaste works best for smaller holes made by small nails or pins. Simply apply it to the hole and wipe away the excess.
  • Shoe Shiner
White or light colored joggers usually get ruined by dark scuff marks. The easiest solution is to scrub the scuff marks with toothpaste. This method also works for dress shoes.
    Shoe Shiner
    White or light colored joggers usually get ruined by dark scuff marks. The easiest solution is to scrub the scuff marks with toothpaste. This method also works for dress shoes.
  • Revive Head Lamps:
The cover on headlights gets dirty and scratched over time, reducing the brightness of the lights. Clean the cover with soap and water first, then buff it with toothpaste and a polishing pad or cloth.
    Revive Head Lamps:
    The cover on headlights gets dirty and scratched over time, reducing the brightness of the lights. Clean the cover with soap and water first, then buff it with toothpaste and a polishing pad or cloth.
  • Stain Remover
Lipstick stains from shirt collars, juice stains from T-shirts and spaghetti sauce on the table cloth. Just apply toothpaste directly onto the stain, rub rigorously and throw it in the washer. Be careful not to use whitening toothpaste on colored clothes.
    Stain Remover
    Lipstick stains from shirt collars, juice stains from T-shirts and spaghetti sauce on the table cloth. Just apply toothpaste directly onto the stain, rub rigorously and throw it in the washer. Be careful not to use whitening toothpaste on colored clothes.
  • Diamond and Gold Sparkler
Simply scrub them with toothpaste using a soft bristle toothbrush, rinse with water before the toothpaste hardens and shine with a cloth. Be careful not to use this technique on pearls as the abrasives in toothpaste can scratch the surface.
    Diamond and Gold Sparkler
    Simply scrub them with toothpaste using a soft bristle toothbrush, rinse with water before the toothpaste hardens and shine with a cloth. Be careful not to use this technique on pearls as the abrasives in toothpaste can scratch the surface.
  • Drink Container Purifier
    Drink Container Purifier

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