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Check out these handy household uses. Eliminate shoe scuff Squirt a dab of toothpaste on the scuffed area of leather shoes. Rub with a soft cloth.

Wipe clean Freshen bottles Do your baby bottles have a sour-milk smell? Put some toothpaste on your bottle brush instead of dish Clear. Share on: Eliminate shoe scuff Squirt a dab of toothpaste on the scuffed area of leather shoes. Rub with a soft cloth. Wipe clean Freshen bottles Do your baby bottles have a sour-milk smell?

Put some toothpaste on your bottle brush instead of dish Clear pimples Apply non-gel, non-whitening. The toothpaste will work to reduce the look of the scratches and make your phone screen look much better. Now, try these alternate uses for household staples you already own. 1. Remove Ink Stains. Don’t you hate when you forget to take a pen out of your pants pocket before throwing them in the 2. Clean Your Headlights.

Don’t waste any more money on fancy pants car detailing kits, and give your headlights shine 3. Polish Your Silver. Have some old silver you have. Deodorize Hands – Ever get that fish smell on your hands?

Or garlic or onion after cooking? Wash your hands with a little toothpaste to get rid of it! Deodorize Baby Bottles – Toothpaste can get rid of smells that might build up in baby bottles after frequent use. Apply to the inside of the bottle. Use a little bit of toothpaste to get rid of that film of grease in no time flat.

Wonderful Engineering. 14. There’s always that one pair of shoes we can’t seem to ever throw away, no matter how stinky they might get. Keep your sneakers smelling fresh by rubbing their insides with toothpaste before you toss them into the next load of wash.

Check out these 5 handy uses for toothpaste 1. Erase scuffs from shoes. Don’t you hate when your new kicks have fresh marks? 2. Remove crayons from walls. Got baby Banksy on your hands? Toothpaste will make crayon marks disappear faster than 3.

Clever Uses for Toothpaste. Here is what you can do with toothpaste beyond practicing good dental hygiene: 1. Remove Scuff Marks from Shoes. If you have beautiful leather shoes, then you may notice from time to time how they get scuff marks on them.

It can be used as a soothing balm for insect bites, a cleaning solution for plastic furniture, a skunk deodoriser, and a way to get crayon marks off wallpaper. You can use toothpaste to remove dirt from piano keys, to de-fog hard contact lenses, and get rid of those pesky stains on the skin when applying coloured hair dyes. 20 surprising uses for baking soda. You can use it as toothpaste, as deodorant and as a balm for bug bites. 20.

Clean crayon off a chalkboard. Just use baking soda on.

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Use a pea-size amount of toothpaste for children 2 to 5 years of age (apply across the narrow width of the toothbrush rather than along its length to decrease the chance of applying an excessive amount); only a “smear” of toothpaste should be used in children younger than 2 years of age if paste is used.

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by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, et. al.
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6 Apply toothpaste to brush bristles.

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from Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques E-Book
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Use a pea­sized amount of toothpaste for children 2 to 5 years of age (apply across the narrow width of the toothbrush, rather than along its length, to decrease the chance of applying an excessive amount); only a “smear” of toothpaste should be used in children younger than 2 years of age if paste is used.

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from Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing9: Wong’s Essentials of Pediatric Nursing
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Elsevier/Mosby, 2013

The efficacy of fluoride toothpaste is mainly driven by three things: (1) the concentration of available fluoride; (2) the application to the tooth surface and biofilm; and (3) the retention of fluoride after brushing in saliva, plaque fluid, and other tissue reservoirs.

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The patient brushes using toothpaste for sensitive teeth or multiple benefit toothpaste twice a day and flosses once a day.

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from Clinical Cases in Dental Hygiene
by Cheryl M. Westphal Theile, Mea A. Weinberg, Stuart L. Segelnick
Wiley, 2019

In 1896, the company introduced toothpaste in tubes, launching a campaign informing consumers about the convenience of squeezing a strip of paste from the tin tube.

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by Victoria Sherrow
Oryx Press, 2001

Telling people Toothpaste was just plain toothpaste—inexpensive to make and inexpensive to buy.

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by Jean Merrill
Houghton Mifflin, 2006

Although fluoridated toothpaste can be used as a final topical therapeutic agent for infants in small amounts, it is preferable to brush the infant’s teeth without the toothpaste, so that the parent can visualize the tips of the brush cleaning the tooth surfaces.

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4 Use an organic toothpaste to avoid unnecessary additives.

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5 Cleaning of the tooth surface with pumice and prophylaxis brush or with sodium bicarbonate Prophy-Jet or the patient’s toothbrush without toothpaste.

“Modern Operative Dentistry: Principles for Clinical Practice” by Carlos Rocha Gomes Torres
from Modern Operative Dentistry: Principles for Clinical Practice
by Carlos Rocha Gomes Torres
Springer International Publishing, 2019

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