6 Smart Uses of Toothpaste for Cleaning

6 Smart Uses of Toothpaste for Cleaning | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image credit: Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube


If you think toothpaste is only intended for brushing your teeth, then you’ll be surprised by these tips and hacks by Andrea Jean Cleaning on YouTube. There are a lot of other uses for toothpaste such as getting rid of the stinky smell on your hands after touching fish or onion.


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Watch the video tutorial down below now and try 1 or all of these hacks at home today, and then tell us which one worked best for you. I do hope you find these tips as useful as I did. Enjoy!

Materials Needed for This Hack:

  • Toothpaste
  • Microfiber cloth

How to Use Toothpaste for Cleaning:

Tip #1

If you’re in a pinch and you need to polish your fixtures or there are hard water stains on your faucet that are not coming out, then apply some toothpaste on your microfiber cloth, and rub it all over the faucet until clean.

Tip #2

Toothpaste is also effective in cleaning shower doors, particularly fiberglass. While you’re at it you can also clean grimes and buildups on your bathroom walls with toothpaste.

Tip #3

If you don’t have toilet cleaner around and you want to give your toilet a quick clean, then add an ample amount of toothpaste directly to the side of the bowl, and start scrubbing. Give it a flush and not only will it be clean, but also smell amazing.

How to Use Toothpaste for Cleaning
Image credit: Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube


Tip #4

If you have hairspray or other product stuck on your hair curler or hair straightener, then put a small amount of toothpaste on a microfiber cloth, and scrub and shine your tool with it.

Tip #5

A unique but effective use of toothpaste that you must also try is cleaning the rubber trim on your shoes with it. It makes it white and clean, plus it smells wonderful, too.

Tip #6

If you have stuck and dried toothpaste or other buildup on your sink and you can’t get rid of it, then let warm water run, and rub it clean with a rag or cloth.

How to Clean Using Toothpaste
Image credit: Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube


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6 Smart Uses of Toothpaste for Cleaning

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