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Toothpaste Hack Will Ensure Your Wall Art Is Placed Exactly Where You Want

There is a very easy hack you can employ next time you want to hang something from the wall and all you need is a tube of toothpaste
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The One Mistake We Make In Brushing Our Teeth

Delay your rinse for a few minutes to maximize the health benefits of fluoride.
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Restore Scratched Glass With This Simple Hack

A scratch on a glass table can be one of the worst eye sores in your home. However there's a pretty simple hack you can use to buff out minor scratches. All you need is a lint-free cloth, a non-gel toothpaste that contains backing soda and a damp cloth. First clean and dry the glass using a glass...
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Over A Third Of Children Use Too Much Toothpaste Which Can Damage Their Teeth

While parents battle daily for their kids to brush their teeth, that's actually brush them with toothpaste, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 40% of kids are using too much toothpaste. The report of kids aged three to six found that close to half used a toothbrush with was full or...
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Your Plastic Toothbrush Could Not Be Recycled Until Now

When your toothbrush has served you well, eventually it will become time to replace it and you toss the old one into the recycle bin. But the dirty, dark secret is even though you think your plastic toothbrush will be made into some other plastic item, it is a kind of plastic most recycling centers...
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Dentist Concerned Over Growing Anti-Fluoride Toothpastes

Dentists are always concerned for the health of your teeth and gums, which is why many are collectively voicing concern over toothpastes that lack fluoride. While health authorities recognize fluoride as a cavity blocker, the internet is dotted with claims, often from 'natural' toothpaste marketers...
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Must You Have Mouthwash?

The commercials for it are pretty convincing, rinsing with mouthwash gives you that extra layer of protection as well as fresh breath. But do you really need to keep a bottle at your desk and gargle after eating that garlic and onion salad? According to one dentist, it depends. A lot of times...
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An Allergy Treatment That Uses Toothpaste Instead Of Injections

For those with allergies the only way to get some sort of relief is to take an allergy test and go through years of injections that slowly causes your body to not over-react to allergens. Not only is this immunotherapy time consuming, visiting the allergist for weekly injections for 3 to 5 years,...
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To Wet Or Not To Wet Your Toothbrush, That Is The Question!

Much like the toilet paper direction battle, there has been recent talk about the proper way of applying toothpaste to a toothbrush. Three are those who say you must wet your toothbrush first before applying toothpaste and those who skip the water and proceed to directly place the toothpaste on a...
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Ways Toothpaste Can Work In the Kitchen

You'd expect to see a tube of toothpaste in the bathroom. But here are a few reasons to keep a tube in the kitchen. Gently rubbing non-gel toothpaste on water rings can remove them from a wooden table. Squirt a dab on your hands and rub it all around after cutting fish, onions, garlic and other...
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