Tarnished silver

Unexpected Tips That Toothpaste Could be Used All Around The House

Normally, you use toothpaste just twice a day: in the morning before breakfast and at night before going to sleep. But toothpaste can do much more, as these pictures show. It dries quickly when exposed to air and absorbs moisture around it. So it’s the ultimate stain and dirt remover!

 

Tarnished silver

 

Tarnished silver

When silver gets tarnished, you don’t have to go buy anything! All you have to do is grab some toothpaste from the bathroom cabinet. Just scrub for a bit and the silver will shine again like a newly discovered piece of treasure.

Car Lights

Car lights

Apply some toothpaste to a wet sponge to clean the car lights. Amazingly, the dirt will disappear on its

own in no time.

Piano keys that have seen better days.

 

Piano keys

Just a bit of toothpaste is enough to carefully clean the keys of a piano.

 

Cleaning your shoes

 

cleaning your shoes

After walking through the mud with your sneakers or leather boots, all you really need is just a little squirt out of the tube!

 

Foggy swimming goggles

 

foggy swimming goggles

If you clean your swimming goggles with some toothpaste on the inside, it creates a razor-thin film that prevents them from fogging up again.

 

Water spots on the table

Water spots

Toothpaste removes even water spots on wood caused by glasses.

 

Ink stains on your clothes

Ink stains

No problem! Simply apply some toothpaste, let it dry and wash the next day. Catastrophe

 

Calcified irons 

Calcified irons

Even the iron will be spick and span after some polishing with toothpaste.

Dirty phone screen

Dirty phone screen

And cell phones look like new when cleaned with some toothpaste.

CDs

Cds clean up with toothpaste

Before the next time I dash to the supermarket to buy some much needed cleaning supplies, I’ll have to stop and decide whether it can be cleaned with toothpaste or not. What really gets me going: it’s not poisonous and still makes things spotless!