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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Some More Arty Toothpaste Uses

I found some more arty applications for toothpaste which I wanted to share. I don't know who put their imagination to work, but their creativity is highly appreciated and can be a great and cheap solution to some of the following problems:

- Have your kids gotten creative with crayons and spruced up the walls? Put a little toothpaste on a damp cloth and gently go over the 'artwork' to remove it.

- Toothpaste also is a good silver polish; rub the toothpaste on the jewelry, let it sit overnight and wipe clean with a soft cloth. Use a toothbrush and toothpaste with a little water and brush diamonds for a beautiful sparkle. Rinse well to remove any toothpaste residue.

- Shallow scratches on DVDs, CDs and the glass of your watch will disappear by using a very small amount of toothpaste on a soft cloth and careful rubbing it on to the surface. Rinse or wipe clean afterwards.

- After a while of using your iron, the plate may have developed a burned crust. This can easily be removed by applying toothpaste to it.

- Scrub the inside of baby bottles with toothpaste and a bottle brush and rinse well afterwards. This will get rid of any milk residue and also deodorizes the bottle.

If you have any more tips or creative ideas where toothpaste is concerned then don't hesitate to share!

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