No.1. Diamond and Gold Sparkler.
There aren’t many cleaners that can make jewelry shine like toothpaste.
Simply scrub them with toothpaste using a soft bristle toothbrush, rinse
with water before the toothpaste hardens and shine with a cloth. Be careful
not to use this technique on pearls as the abrasives in toothpaste can scratch the surface.
No.2. Stain Remover.
ust apply toothpaste directly onto the stain, rub
rigorously and throw it in the washer. Be careful not to use whitening toothpaste on colored clothes.
No.3. Revive Headlamps.
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
No.4. Shoe Shiner.
White or light colored joggers usually get ruined by dark scuff marks.
The easiest solution is to scrub the scuff marks with toothpaste. This method also works for dress shoes.
No.5. Nail Hole Filler.
Joint compound or spackling are more ideal solutions, but toothpaste works best for smaller holes made by
small nails or pins. Simply apply it to the hole and wipe away the excess.
No.6. DVD Scratch Remover.
Minor scratches and smudges can be removed from discs using toothpaste.
Rub a tiny amount and work your way from the center outward with a cotton or microfiber cloth.
No.7. Iron Cleaner.
When your iron soleplate looks gunky due to mineral buildup,
you can easily clean it with a damp cloth and toothpaste. Make
sure the iron is cool and unplugged and wipe the toothpaste cloth first,
then wipe it with a second cloth.
No.8. Mobile Screen Fixer.
Lightly rub the screen with toothpaste
on a cotton cloth. Then wipe the screen clean with a second cloth.
use a soft cloth and rub the toothpaste around your sink to keep it shining. Once you rinse it, any odors from the drain will also be removed
No.10. Silver Polisher.
use a soft toothbrush and then wipe the whole thing down with a dry cloth.