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15 Daily Uses of Toothpaste You Never Knew

On Shoes:

  • If you have an old toothpaste and a pair of dirty shoes to be cleaned, then you are all set for the toothpaste magic.
  • Work on your dirty shoes with the tooth paste using a tooth brush..
  • After some time wipe the toothpaste off with a damp towel.

On Mirror:


  • Toothpaste can help you clean those bathroom mirrors which accumulates scum quickly.
  • Squeeze toothpaste and wipe it away with sponge or damp cloth before rinsing it off.

On Sink and Basins:

  • Even i have personally experienced this and came out with excellent results.
  • Squirt in the toothpaste and scrub it well with a sponge.
  • Rinse it off.
  • I would call this to be the perfect and most reliable alternative use of old toothpastes.

On plastic and Spray Bottles:


  • Plastic bottles and thermoses that are reused over and over again start to smell foul. 
  • Washing them with detergent and water is not a successful remedy, but toothpaste gets rid of the odor better than anything else. 
  • Simply brush the inside of the container with toothpaste and place in the dishwasher.

On Stained Clothes:

  • Apply the toothpaste directly to the stained fabric like table cloth or tshirt collars and rub the fabric together.
  • Rinse it with water. 
  • Repeat few times to fully remove the stain.
  • Be careful of not using whitening toothpaste on coloured clothes.

On Goggles:

  • Goggles with antifog coating are quite expensive but you can enjoy the same level of comfort with toothpaste.
  • Apply little paste on the inside of goggles and rub it clean.
  • Your Anti fog goggles are ready.

On CD's:


  • Toothpaste could be of great help in removing those small scratches away from CD's.
  • Use a very small amount of toothpaste and rub it overgently with the help of a cotton fabric.

On Iron Box:


  • The soleplate of iron box may get messy with the heat produced during every use.
  • You Can Clean away this look with the help of toothpaste by applying and rubbing it off with a cloth
  • make sure that it is not hot or plugged.

On Tiny Holes:


  • You can fill those tiny nail holes on the walls created by nails or pins.
  • Apply the paste on the hole and remove off the excess.

On Jewels:

  • Jewels like Diamonds and Gold could be brought back to their original sparkle with toothpastes.
  • Apply and Rub it off with toothpaste.

On Silver:

  • 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.

On Mobiles screen:

  • 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.

On Head Lights:

  • 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.

On Hands:

  • Soap doesn’t work that well when you have to remove the heavy smell of fish, onions, or other stinky foods from your skin. 
  • Toothpaste works far better for removing odors and can be used just like soap. 
  • Apply a dab to your hands and rub it like you would soap. 
  • Apply lotion or moisturizer afterwards.

On Faucets:

  • 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. 
  • Use this trick occasionally since the abrasives in the toothpaste can gradually wear away the finish.

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