Who would have thought that toothpaste could be used for anything other than washing your teeth? Yet it is very clever for the little worries of everyday life. Ink tasks, scratched CDs, burns or bad smells, zoom on 15 ways to make toothpaste your best ally!
15- Repair your scratched CD or DVD:
If you care about your CD collection and that one of your favorites is scratched, don’t worry nothing is lost. To get rid of scratches, first, rinse your object in a little soapy water. Then place the glossy disc upwards to spread the toothpaste generously with your index finger over the entire reflective part and let stand for 5 minutes. Just rinse the CD with water and wipe it thoroughly.
14- Filling nails or bug holes in your white walls:
If you are in the process of redecorating and want to fill nail holes with bugs in the white walls, your toothpaste is the solution. Economical and practical!
13- Clear the traces of felt or pencil on your walls:
Your children have decided to use their soul as an artist on your walls for your greatest dismay. It is now possible to overcome traces of markers and pencils, with a little toothpaste on a clean cloth (or a sheet of paper). Carefully rub the marks and then wipe off toothpaste residues with a clean, dry cloth.
12- Avoid the formation of steam on the mirror of the bathroom:
Having to put on makeup in front of a mirror full of steam is a hellish ordeal. To avoid its formation, spread with a cloth (preferably soft) a little toothpaste and rub until your mirror is clean. The result is amazing!