Let’s get the obvious stuff out of the way – Toothpaste is used for your teeth and gums.
But this common household item can also be used in a number of different ways that do not
involve your mouth. Here they are:
Remove Crayon marks
Toothpaste can be used to remove crayon marks. Just squirt a small dab of non-gel toothpaste
on the wall where the mark is. Rub gently with a soft cloth, then rinse with warm water.
Bye bye crayon marks.
If you can’t get rid of the odor in your hands (like right after you chopped onion or garlic),
just wash your hands witth a blob of toothpaste.
Given the whitening powers of toothpaste, it can also be used to whiten your sneakers. Simply
clean your rubber soles by rubbing scuff marks with an old toothbrush and non-gel toothpaste.
Buff a DVD
Toothpaste can get rid of light scratches from your CDs and DVDs. Just squeeze a little of
non-gel toothpaste onto a white cotton ball. Wipe over the DVD from the center out to the edge.
Rinse with water and dry with a non-abrasive, lint free cloth. Your CDs and DVDs would be good as new.
Coat the inside of the swimming goggles with toothpaste, then wipe off. They would be crystal clear.