Hidden Uses Of Toothpaste -- Savings Experiment

Hidden Uses Of Toothpaste
Hidden Uses Of Toothpaste

Basic white toothpaste can brighten up your smile, but it can also has many household uses that can save you money in the long run. Here are a few ways you can make this common item work for you.

Toothpaste is a great jewelry polish. Simply apply a little dab on your silver, gold or hard gemstones with a soft brush or cloth. Polish gently, then rinse off and repeat until the dirt and tarnish disappears. You can use toothpaste to scrub away stubborn clothing and carpet stains, too.

Toothpaste also dries out and reduces redness on pimples. Just apply a little to the affected area, and depending on how sensitive your skin is, leave it on for a couple of hours or even overnight. A little bit can even help soothe minor burns and itching and swelling from mosquito and bug bites.

Lastly, you can quickly deodorize your hands of fish, onions and garlic odor by simply scrubbing with a bit of toothpaste. Keep in mind that it's best to use a white, non-gel toothpaste with less fluoride and no whitening agents, which can sometimes irritate the skin and be less effective.

Remember, a little toothpaste can go a long way. Try these tips, and you'll see that just a few dabs can save you a few dollars!


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