Homemade tooth whitener! Recipe- Tips-n-Tricks

In a small container with a lid, mix a little baking soda with hydrogen peroxide. Get enough of each so that you make a paste. brush for a few minutes, rinse. you can add a little more peroxide if your paste dries out over the days.

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    Default Homemade tooth whitener! Recipe


    In a small container with a lid, mix a little baking soda with
    hydrogen peroxide. Get enough of each so that you make a paste. brush
    for a few minutes, rinse. you can add a little more peroxide if your

    paste dries out over the days.
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    I am going to try this, I drink alot of coffee and I see my teeth change colors even though I brush alot. It wont make you sick will it>???
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    It will not make you sick, just don't swallow. It not only helps to keep your teeth white it also will help if you have gum disease or cavities. I have been doing this for over 20 years and have not had one cavity since I started.

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    I had heard that peroxide will remove stains from teeth and have been rinsing with a watered down solution for awhile. Just never thought of putting baking soda with it and brushing. Thanks I'll try that, sure beats the cost of white strips.

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    Before toothpaste, people used baking soda to clean thier teeth. It has a slight abrasiveness to it. I was TOLD this, mind you. I'm not quite old enough to rememder doing it!

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    Janice you are too funny!!!! I have a problem with the mint in the toothpaste and it was my grandmother who told me to use the baking soda-because it was what she used, she is old enough. LOL

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    Oh my gosh -- I used to use baking soda lolll I'm old enough I guess. But I think my parents were being frugal . Ladies you are all too funny.
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    I don't know about funny but I have been told I'm warped! (whatever that means!)

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    Everything Kim said is true. We were told to do the same thing by our dentist a few years ago. It works!! I keep it in a covered container, never dries out. You will get used to the taste.

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    where to get hydrogen peroxide

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    Wal Mart has it in the pharmacy area. Usually you can find it by the bandages. Really inexpensive too.

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    You can get hydrogen peroxide in the first aid section of any drug store or grocery store. It should be right along side or very close to rubbing alcohol and cost under $1.00.

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    if you're asking where to get hydrogen peroxide, look in the pharmacy area of your Wal Mart or grocery store, it is usually next to the rubbing alcohol and the first aid area. Hydrogen peroxide is also wonderful for getting out fresh blood, bubbles up and with a little scrubbing will wash right out.

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    my mother was complaining about how her teeth seem to be stained from years of drinking coffee, my husband and i were talking about getting a whitening package from a dentist near us for her x-mas gift.. now i think i may get peroxide and baking soda as a half joke gift... a joke gift and a "here ya go. cheap at home teeth whitening! TEE HEE!!!

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    Hydrogen peroxide is usually found in the first aid isle next to the rubbing alcohol. get a large bottle because it has many uses. One is to wash out fresh blood, it will make it bubble up and with just a little scrubbing wash out. Comes in real handy for "that time of the month". Thank goodness I'm past needing it for that!!!!!!!
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