1. Clean coffee and drink stains on your table
If you drink tea and coffee at home, you might have some of those unsightly ring marks or spill stains on your table. Take care of them by dabbing toothpaste into the stains and wiping off with a damp cloth.
2. Repair a scratched phone
Here’s a nifty way to minimise the scratches on your phone. Lightly rub the surface of your mobile with your finger and a tiny bit of toothpaste. Then wipe with a damp – but not wet – cloth, trying not to get your phone too wet or it will damage it.
3. Refresh dull leather products
Scuff marks and stains on leather products like bags, shoes. sofa. car seats and jackets can look unsightly. Try rubbing in a non-bleaching or non-whitening toothpaste with a soft cloth to polish the leather, then wipe away with a damp cloth.
4. Get a clean sink
Spilling a blob of toothpaste into the bathroom sink is very common. But instead of wiping it off the next time, give your sink a rub with the toothpaste to clean your sink. It always give your sink a gleam and makes it smell nice.
5. Clean your taps with toothpaste
Remove water marks from chrome taps with a blob of toothpaste – just rub it in and rinse it off, to leave a lovely shiny finish.
6. Clean a stained carpet
Spilled something on the carpet or did the pup dirty it? Squeeze a little toothpaste on the stain and scrub with a toothbrush or small brush. It’s safer to give it a go first on a piece of carpet that’s tucked away, just in case.
7. Shine your jewellery
Do you have dull jewellery or a diamond ring that’s lost its gleam? Try scrubbing them gently using a soft toothbrush with small amount toothpaste, and then wipe clean with a damp cloth to bring back the sparkle.
8. No more foggy mirrors
A hot shower usually fogs up your bathroom mirror. Here’s a quick solution, rub a bit of toothpaste on the mirror and wipe dry – this helps to stop it from fogging over.
9. Buff your piano keyboard
Are the ivory keys on your piano grimy and grubby? Resuscitate them by rubbing the white keys with a damp cotton cloth and a little bit of toothpaste. Wipe clean and buff for white gleaming keys.