Does your favorite coffee mug have so many stains you are embarrassed to use it? Did you stop using your favorite vase because it is too hard to clean? If you answered yes then keep on reading to find out how to say good-bye stains and hello to your favorite coffee mug and vase.
Household Uses for Denture Tablets:
***Generic Brand work as well as the name brand***
Fill the following items with hot water and drop in a denture tablet. Wait one hour, wipe out and rinse well. If the opening is narrow use a narrow bottle brush to help wipe it out.
1. Coffee/Tea stained mug
2. Tea/Kool-Aid stained teapot or pitcher
3. Hard water build up or gunk at the bottom of a vase or narrow neck bottle.
4. Stains at the bottom of a stainless steel sink.
5. Toliets–remove tough stains or hard to clean build-up from your bowl.
6. Burnt or Baked on food in casserole dishes/crockpots
7. Clogged Drains-Drop 3 tablets and 1 cup of vinegar down a clogged drain. Wait a few minutes and then run hot water thru.
8. Coffeemakers-Fill tank with water and 2 denture tablets. Run the machine for a full cycle. Fill with clean water and run 2 more times.
9.. Make your jewelry sparkle-let jewelry sit for about 15 minutes in warm water with a denture tablet. Rinse off and then wipe with a cloth.
10.Whiten Fingernails-drop 2 denture tablets in water. When the bubble stop soak your fingers for 10 minutes. Remove and dry with towel.
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