Brilliant and unexpected uses for toothpaste

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Clean walls - Your kids got carried away with crayons on the walls? Don't worry–toothpaste will help clean up the mess!

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Remove nail polish - Mix it with water and lemon and you have an effective nail polish remover!

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Poison ivy - Toothpaste can help ease the irritation caused when you've been exposed to poison ivy.

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Clean your bathroom sink - Toothpaste is perfect for eliminating soap residue, and it's also a great deodorant.

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Watch scratches - Toothpaste can also be effective in removing light scratches from your watch.

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Clean CDs and DVDs - Not only will toothpaste clean them, it also helps smooth out scratches.

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Remove ink from fabrics - This can be a nightmare, but toothpaste might just be the product you need.

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Scratches - Toothpaste can help remove light scratches from your cell phone screen.

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Clean piano keys - Whether your piano's keys are made of plastic or ivory, toothpaste will help keeping them white and shiny!

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Lipstick - Lipstick stains are hard to remove from fabrics. Give toothpaste a try before you use stronger products.

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Pest control - Toothpaste can contain small calcium spikes that can help deter insects from crawling.

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Deodorize hands - If you have a particularly bad odor on your hands that you can't get rid of with soap and water, toothpaste might do the trick.

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