24 interesting uses for toothpaste

24 interesting uses for toothpaste 

Do you know the uses of toothpaste and how to use it to clean surfaces? In this article, we will provide you with the uses of toothpaste and the necessary tips when using toothpaste.

Different uses of toothpaste

Toothpaste applications

Toothpaste is a healthy tooth cleaner that prevents the production of chronic bacteria and makes teeth clean and shiny.

In ancient times, toothpastes were very different. The ancients used items such as ash powder, eggshells, ginseng, herbal spoons, salt, oyster shells, and crushed bones to beautify and clean teeth. With the advancement of science and technology, fluoride toothpaste has been registered to prevent tooth decay.

By stating these brief explanations about the history of toothpaste, we will introduce you to toothpaste uses that you may not have been aware of.

You may be interested to know that toothpaste has other uses as well. Below we will learn about the uses of toothpaste.

1. Remove wear from shoes with toothpaste

Toothpaste has many uses, and a little bit of toothpaste can do wonders for removing scars from leather shoes. Just pour a little toothpaste on the rubbed part and wipe it with a soft cloth. Then wipe it with a damp cloth and the leather will look like new. You can use this method with your other shoes as well.

2. Wipe the piano keys

If the piano keys are dirty, you can clean them with toothpaste and a toothbrush. At the end of the work, use a damp cloth to remove the effect of the toothpaste. Anyway, these keys are made of ivory and feel like toothpaste! Toothpaste can also clean the plastic keys of modern pianos.

3. Clean the sneakers

If you want to clean and whiten the rubber part of your sneakers, apply toothpaste to the shoes with an old toothbrush and after it dries, wipe the toothpaste off with a damp cloth.

4. Clean the iron

There is nothing worse than ironing a clean garment and realizing your clothes are stained and stained! Fortunately, you can easily clean the bottom of the iron so you won't notice it happening again. For this, when the iron is cool, apply a little toothpaste with a cloth to the bottom of the iron and clean it. Easily

5. Get rid of the bad smell of the baby bottle

Baby bottles must have smelled like yoghurt. But toothpaste removes the smell in an instant, just put it on an old toothbrush and brush the milk bottle with it, then rinse well with water.

6. Prevent fogging of glasses

If you also do one of the activities such as carpentry, skiing or diving, nothing is worse and sometimes more dangerous than foggy glasses! To prevent fogging of the glasses, apply toothpaste to them and then wipe the glasses with a paper towel.

7. Prevent the bathroom mirror from steaming

Another application of toothpaste is to remove steam from a mirror. It's no fun not being able to see your face clearly in the mirror when you're in the shower trying to shave. Next time you go to the bathroom, wipe the mirror with non-gel toothpaste before steaming. This will prevent the mirror from getting steamy when you are in the shower and you will see yourself clearly in the mirror.

8. Clean the bathroom and kitchen

It's true that some great cleaning detergents are designed to keep these areas sparkling clean, but if you don't have any on hand, you can use the fine abrasives found in non-gel toothpaste to keep your kitchen spotless.

9. Erase the effect of ink or crayons from the walls

Do your children draw creative works on the wall with colored pencils?! Don't worry, roll up your sleeves and clean with a non-jelly toothpaste and a tissue or brush. To clean the crayon stain, spread toothpaste on the wall and start scrubbing. A good abrasive in toothpaste removes any type of colored pencil. After cleaning, clean the wall with water.

10. Remove ink or lipstick stains from the fabric

Did your pen spill ink in your favorite shirt pocket? One of the uses of toothpaste is to remove ink and lipstick stains from clothes and fabrics. Of course, the success rate of this problem also depends on the type of fabric.

But make sure you try it on before you throw it in the trash. Apply non-gel toothpaste to the stain and wash the cloth, then rinse with water. Did some ink come out? Great, repeat this several times until the ink runs out. The same process works with lipstick. Using this trick may also work to remove coffee stains.

11. Remove acne with toothpaste

One of the uses of toothpaste is to remove acne from the face. Apply a gel-free, non-bleaching toothpaste to the pimple and let it dry in the morning (leave it on the skin for a few hours). Toothpaste removes pimples and absorbs grease. This remedy is the best way for pimples that appear on the head.

12. It removes the bad smell of the hands

The ingredients in the toothpaste will act on your hands as well as on bad breath. If you touch something smelly, wash your hands with toothpaste and enjoy the wonderful scent.

13. Eliminate skin itching caused by insect bites

One of the uses of toothpaste is to reduce itchy skin. Apply a dime-sized amount of toothpaste to the bite to prevent itching. Also, this method cools burns to the skin.

14. Spot clean the carpet

Using a toothbrush or sponge, apply toothpaste to the carpet stain, then rinse with water and repeat until the stain is gone.

15. Remove small scratches on the phone screen

Put the toothpaste on the front or back of your mobile phone or wherever there is a scratch and spread it well. Toothpaste works great to reduce scratches and your phone screen will be much better.

16. Clean the sink with toothpaste

One of the uses of toothpaste is that it can be used to clean ceramics. It probably happened to all of us at least once that while rubbing toothpaste on the toothbrush, the toothpaste fell on the floor of the bathroom sink. Next time that happens, take this opportunity to clean out the sink. It is enough to apply the toothpaste to the sink with a sponge, a piece of toilet paper, or even your finger.

17. Clean old shoes

If your old shoes are still wearable but you threw them away because they were dirty, you can clean them and wear them again without throwing them in the washing machine. It is enough to apply a little toothpaste to the plastic grooves and soles of the shoes and wipe them with a damp cloth. The toothpaste cleans the blackness and grime from the plastic parts of the shoes easily.

18. Wipe the water ring on the wooden table

One of the uses of toothpaste is its ability to remove stains from the counter. If you put a drinking glass on a wooden table without a coaster, it will leave a trace of wet glass on the table. To remove it, put some toothpaste on the table and wipe it with a paper towel. Just be careful not to pull the fabric too much on the table because the color of the table itself might come off!

19. Polish metal with toothpaste

Soot and dust in the air can tarnish jewelry, kitchen utensils, and even doorknobs. But with toothpaste, you can restore the shine and cleanliness of these surfaces very easily. Just apply the toothpaste to the desired surface with a wet tissue and then wash it off with water.

20. Clean DVD or CD 

For a long time, one of the uses for toothpaste was to clean DVDs. Don't worry if your favorite movie's DVD has been scratched. You can put a small amount of toothpaste on it and then use a soft towel to apply the toothpaste in a circular motion to the surface of the DVD and then wipe off the excess toothpaste with a wet tissue. Now you can enjoy watching your favorite movie again.

21. Cleaning car lights

If your car lights cause you to see poorly or steam in the cold season, you can put some toothpaste on the lights and then wipe it with a tissue, this will make your car lights stop steaming.

22. Preventing the appearance of blisters resulting from burns

When your hand gets scalded with boiling water or oil, apply a little toothpaste to the affected area. This prevents blisters and burning from burns and cools the area.

23. Hairdresser

Another use for toothpaste is hair styling. Gel toothpaste can be a good hair conditioner due to the presence of the polymer. Gel toothpaste works like hair gel.

24. Cleaning food stains from hands

Another use of toothpaste is to remove food stains on the skin of your hands. As you know, toothpaste is used to brush teeth and prevent cavities and bacteria build-up in the mouth. The effect of toothpaste can be used on other areas of the body.

If you use turmeric and it affects the color of your nails or the bacteria and germs gathered under your nails are contaminated, you can clean what is under your nails with some toothpaste and a toothbrush that you do not use for the teeth.

Pay attention to these points when using toothpaste!

It is true that the uses of toothpaste are many, but when using it you should also remember the following points:

According to what has been said, one of the uses of toothpaste is to remove pimples and spots from the face, but you should know that toothpaste destroys the pH and moisture level of the face.

The toothpaste contains sodium sulfate. When using toothpaste, this substance causes the space between the mucous cells of the skin to open and toxic and carcinogenic substances to penetrate into your body. Use fluoride-labeled products. Because fluoride is effective in protecting teeth. But if other ingredients are used in the toothpaste, such as whitening toothpaste, it will lead to an increase in the rate of tooth decay.

The fluoride in the toothpaste has anti-cavity properties. If you swallow the toothpaste, you will get poisoned due to the presence of this toxic substance in the body. Swallowing too much toothpaste can lead to diarrhea, difficulty breathing, heart attack, decreased heart rate, vomiting, and weakness.

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