25 amazing ways you can also use toothpaste.
1. Nail Polish Remover
Toothpaste can help remove nail polish in a pinch. Mix some toothpaste, water and lemon to place your nails in, and begin brushing away.
2. Defog Your Goggle / Sunshades
Toothpaste can eliminate some of the fog of goggles but be gentle so you don’t create any scratches. The abrasive granules of toothpaste can work to remove the light film that covers goggles.
3. Remove Auto Scratches
The abrasive properties of toothpaste provide a perfect quick fix to wipe out small scratches on your automobiles.
4. Make the Shower Sparkling Clean
Sharpen the look of shower doors with whitening toothpaste. Work in a circular motion to clean up soap scum on those doors.
5. Soothe Burns
Having burns can be very difficult to manage but some non-gel toothpaste can bring some relief. Apply some toothpaste to the burn area after dippng the affected part in water.
6. Make Bruises Disappear Quicker
You can make your bruise disappear by putting toothpaste on a bruise every night for two to three days. This is according to home remedy sites. Place a bandage over the bruise and toothpaste and wash it in the morning. The toothpaste helps break the clot and reduces the swelling.
7. Polish Your Headlights
We know you can use a toothbrush to polish your headlights but add a little toothpaste to eliminate headlight haze. A car has countless small crevices in need of a good cleaning. You can keep both your head and tail lights clean using a toothbrush and soapy water. Additionally, if your headlights are especially dirty, use toothpaste and a toothbrush to remove the grime.
8. Skin Cream
Some toothpastes contain baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, which can work to dry skin and treat acne. Home remedy sites suggest toothpaste can help with other skin blemishes as well as stretch marks, irritations, pimples and even for pink lips. But for those with sensitive skin, Caution is advised
9. Shine Your Sneakers
Dip it into a teaspoon of laundry detergent mixed with a cup of water or add some toothpaste. Use the solution on the fabric, mesh, and rubber areas, but don’t use it on foam or leather.
10. Whiten Piano Keys
Piano keys can get discolored over time and through use. Get them to sing a different tune by cleaning them with toothpaste. See how a piano can work as a hiding space. Ever seen a piano on Craigslist for free? See what a repurposed piano looks like.
11. Stain Remover
Fight stains like you fight cavities with toothpaste. Use some toothpaste on countertops or on clothing. Just make sure there aren’t any bleaching compounds in the toothpaste.
12. Carpet Cleaner
Toothpaste will help clean up carpet stains. Scrub away with an old toothbrush at the stain after placing toothpaste there to work the stain out. It will take care of some stains but not some of the more serious ones.
14. Iron Cleaner
An old iron will accumulate stains through years of use but an old toothbrush and toothpaste can breathe some new life into that iron by removing the stains.
15. Remove Ink from Fabric
Just work the toothpaste into the fabric with the toothbrush to rub out the stain.
16. Remove Gum from Hair
Apply toothpaste to the gum and it will break down the stickiness of the gum.
17. Freshen Up Car Interior
If you like that minty smell of your toothpaste so much, you can have it in your car, too. Just put some toothpaste on a paper towel and place it in the car. Eventually the smell of the toothpaste will permeate the car.
18. In Cleaning Computer Keyboard
Clean grease and dirt off the computer keyboards with an old toothbrush and a solution of alcohol and water or a toothpaste mixture.
19. Permanent Marker Remover
No more looking for acetone or ethanol to remove permanent marker just grab your toothpaste.Toothpaste provides a good solution to removing permanent marker from walls.
20. Poster/Photo Adhesive
Add a few dabs of toothpaste to the poster/photograph to make it stick on the wall. The toothpaste will wipe away when it’s time to take it down.
21.Watch Scratches Cleaner
The face of a wristwatch can get beat up through the hands of time but a little toothpaste cleaning can roll back the clock.
22. Brake Dust Remover
Toothpaste can make your smile shine and your wheels. Get rid of that troublesome brake dust on wheels with toothpaste and water.
23. Sink Cleaner
There might be toothpaste stains around your bathroom sink but they’re pretty easy to remove with more toothpaste when you’re cleaning the sink.
24. Cell Phone Screen Protector
A little toothpaste can help make your cell phone screen look fresh from the factory again. Just be careful not to scrub too hard and go easy on how much water you use.
25. Clean Your Jewelry
A damp toothbrush is perfect for cleaning delicate jewelry. Clean your jewelry with a solution of warm water and dishwashing soap. First, soak it for about 20 to 40 minutes, gently brush it with a very soft toothbrush, and then rinse under warm running water. If needed, repeat.