Do More With Your Toothpaste!
Is toothpaste only for brushing your teeth or is there more it can accomplish? Well we will find out soon. You’ll be amazed to discover how many other things you can do with toothpaste. Let’s get digging!
Remove crayon marks
This is to all parents out there. Toothpaste can erase those stubborn crayon marks that your kids have made on the table, chairs and walls. Apply a little toothpaste, scrub, and it will look as good as new.
Are you sick of all your cutlery and jewellery going darkish grey in colour? No need for expensive polishes, just shove out a little toothpaste with a cloth and clean, in no time you’ll have your rings, necklaces and cutleries sparkle back to shape in no time.
Helps to reduce spots
Toothpaste is great for drying up those irritating pimples that always seem to pop up on your face. Go for a simple white-toothpaste, especially if you have sensitive skin. No-one wants to make spots worse! In the same way, why feel bad that you don’t have a nail polish remover when you can easily grab a toothpaste and watch it do same function for you? Apply and leave for some seconds, and start wiping off and your nail will be as clean as though you used a nail polish remover!
Clean burn marks off your iron
Just like it whitens your teeth, toothpaste can be used to lighten the burn marks on the base of your iron. All you need do is apply some, leave on for a few minutes and wipe it down, make sure your iron is cool when doing this. Try leaving it for a longer time to see if the marks become lighter or possibly even disappear. Try same on your sneaker shoes for when you want to wash off a stubborn dirt, we all know how stubborn it can be trying to get rid off dirt on the white layer of our sneakers!
Remove unwanted hair dye
Hair-dye worst nightmare is those stubborn stains around the hairline that just doesn’t look good. Toothpaste will help remove these marks – but for a better tip, why not rub a little around the hairline before applying hair dye? This way, you have minimal stains, while leaving you with a professional work.
Credits: lifehack.org, shughal.com.