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10 Ways To Use Toothpaste That Don't Involve Your Teeth

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Everyone has at least a tube or two of toothpaste in their house at all times (we hope). But did you know, there are countless amount of ways you can use your toothpaste around the house? Toothpaste is one of the most effective and cheapest life hacks out there.

1. Repairs CDs or DVDs

Wiping down a disk with toothpaste can repair small scratches.

2. Gets rid of water rings

Place a dab of toothpaste on a ring mark on any wood surface, then rub it with a cloth to make the ring mark disappear.

3. Removes stains

Rubbing toothpaste on a fabric stain can remove the stain.

4. Get permanent marker off wood

Rubbing a cloth and toothpaste on wood can remove marker stains.

3. Removes gum from hair or clothing

You no longer have to cut a chunk out of your hair if gum gets stuck in it. Put toothpaste on a toothbrush and rub it directly on to you hair or clothing until the gum loosens and falls off.

4. Polishes silverware

Brush any silverware with toothpaste to remove tarnish and return it to it's shiny polish.

5.  Gets rid of zits

Dabbing toothpaste on zits and leaving it overnight will dry them out and get rid of them faster.

6. Gets crayon off walls

If you have a little artist in the family, you can rub crayon off walls by using toothpaste and a cloth.

7. Cleans your toilet bowl

A cheap and easy alternative to toilet bowl cleaner.

8. Makes sneakers white again

You can brush the white parts of your shoes to remove scuffs and dirt.

9. Removes scratches from screens

Rubbing a small amount of toothpaste on your phone, tablet, or laptop screen can remove small scratches.

8. Cleans pianos

Toothpaste can turn the keys of a piano from yellow back to white.

9. Cleans nails

Scrubbing under and around your nails with remove dirt and even remove any yellowish tinge if you have it.

10. Polishes diamonds

Put a little toothpaste on an old toothbrush and use it to make your diamond ring sparkle again.

Which one of these toothpaste hacks are you going to try first?