Tuesday, February 26, 2013
5 things to do with Toothpaste
1. Apply a pea size drop on a
bug bite. It has an ingredient
that has a cooling and numbing
effect on your skin.
2. Get food smells off your fingers
by squirting some paste on a damp
cloth and lather up. It eliminates
odors on your hands just as it does
for you mouth.
3. Been coloring on your walls?
Use a cloth and some paste to clear
away those marks. The gritty texture
will cut through waxy residue.
4. Want to hang artwork?
Hang posters by dabbing the corners
with the paste. Position and stick on
the wall. When you are ready to remove, carefully peel away from the wall and
rub away the paste with a damp cloth.
5. Clean any buildup on your fave
jewelry by rubbing a small amount
on with a soft brush on your fingers.
Rinse well with warm water.
DON'T USE ON DELICATE ITEMS.
Did you know ???
Before Johnson and Johnson
put toothpaste into tubes in 1873,
it was sold in glass jars. The change
was made to make it easier to use
~Keep on Dreaming~