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Dear Reader,

When I was young, my mom would take water rings off our coffee table with toothpaste. Today, I use toothpaste for a number of things when I’m traveling…

TRAVEL TIP #4:

Toothpaste Home Remedy: Travel Better with These 6 Tips

Toothpaste Home Remedy #1: Bee Sting Ointment.
If you can’t get ice for your bee sting, dab a little toothpaste on it. Of bee sting home remedies, it’s rumored to be the very best. (It lso works as a mosquito bite itch reliever.)

Toothpaste Home Remedy #2: An overnight zit cream.
Toothpaste on pimples is controversial, but I find that when I dab just a spot of it on a rebellious pimple, it’s near gone by morning.

Toothpaste Home Remedy #3: Jewelry cleaner.
Simply apply a small amount of toothpaste to a soft cloth and rub it on your dry jewelry. You can use a soft cotton swab for the smaller, hard-to-reach spots. Then rinse it off.

Toothpaste Home Remedy #4. Shoe cleaner.
Toothpaste and a cloth or an old toothbrush are great for cleaning the white rubber parts of tennis shoes. Be sure to use white toothpaste, rather than a colored gel.

Toothpaste Home Remedy #5: Bathroom Mirror Defogger.
When I’m in the shower and my husband wants to shave (but the mirror is fogged up) he squeezes a pea-sized amount of toothpaste on the mirror and wipes it clean.

Toothpaste Home Remedy #6: CD and DVD Scratch Repair.
Just apply a very small amount of non-baking soda toothpaste to the disc and rub it off with a soft cloth. Scratches gone!

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Lori Allen
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