Toothpaste and toothbrushes aren't just for cleaning your teeth. If fact, you can use them to clean many items in your home. Why throw away a perfectly good brush , just because it no longer cleans teeth well? Take our quiz, and learn how you can keep your kitchen clean with some toothpaste, a toothbrush, a some creativity.
No room gets the kind of traffic the average kitchen gets, which means it’s the room most often in need of cleaning.
The thing about toothpaste is that it can clean more than just teeth. Use a little toothpaste to remove stains from synthetic kitchen countertops.
You should be able to find a white scrubbing pad at any hardware store.
After you've brushed the area down with a white scrubbing brush and some toothpaste, wipe the area clean with a damp sponge.
Toothbrushes are not biodegradable, and we throw away millions per year. Help the environment by finding creative uses for your toothbrushes, once they can no longer clean your teeth.
The bristles of a used toothbrush might still be strong enough to clean the inside of tall glasses. How else will you reach all the way inside them?
A tremendous amount of dirt can accumulate on the plastic seals of appliance doors, and from there it makes its way to the food we eat. Clean these seals often to avoid buildup of dust and dirt.
Yet another use for an old toothbrush is to clean the plastic seals of the fridge and freezer doors.
Cotton swabs are great for getting into and cleaning really narrow areas.
Nail polish remover actually heats up when you apply it to plastic. Apply just a touch with a soft cloth, and the plastic will soften enough to make it removable.