Last Updated on April 23, 2009 by Hanna Trafford
Here is another one of household hint tips, cleaning with an items that is already in your home, but may not have thought or known about its added uses.
Toothpaste is a combination of mild abrasive, a detergent and an anti-bacterial agent – and that makes it a potent stain fighter. You need to stay away from gel toothpastes and the formulas designed for tartar control and whitening – stick to to the standard paste. The alternative types often contain chemicals and additional abrasives that can damage items such as fine silver.
Clean your acrylic accessories – such as your desk organizers: Squeeze toothpaste onto designated cleaning toothbrush and work into scratches until they diminish. Wipe residue with a clean cloth.
Clean your Chrome Fixtures: To polish faucets and taps in the kitchen or bathroom, smear a dime-size amount of toothpaste into them and buff with a clean cloth until they shine
Clean your scuffed Linoleum: Reduce marks by scrubbing them with toothpaste and dry cloth until no residue remains
Clean your Piano Keys: Rub each key carefully with a damp cotton swab and a small piece of toothpaste. Wipe dry and buff with a clean cloth
Clean your tarnished Silverware: Put a dab of toothpaste on a soft cloth, rub it onto the tarnish and rinse with water. Dry with a clean cloth.
Clean your Steam Iron: Mineral deposits can stain an iron’s soleplate. Apply a dab of toothpaste and work it into the plate. Use a clean cloth to remove residue
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