I sure feel sorry for people who lived before toothpaste was invented. Oh, the dragon breath that must have prevailed! The decay and gum disease! I can hardly stand to think about it.
I brush my teeth several times a day, mostly due to the fact that I can't stand stuff between my teeth, and also I work at home, quite near the bathroom sinks. It makes it easy to get in there and freshen my chompers any time I want.
There is one thing about toothpaste that concerns me, and that's the googley goo it leaves behind when it drips off of toothbrushes and oozes out of tubes. SOMEBODY, I won't say who, but SOMEBODY leaves globs of toothpaste in the sink after he brushes....leaving them to petrify and become difficult to chisel away. I'm getting upset just envisioning the careless disregard.
Be that as it may, toothpaste residue is a fact of life and it's icky. That's why today we will tackle it with appropriate aplomb!
Today's Small Thing is to wipe away toothpaste residue, wherever it may be found.
- Toothbrush holders
- Bathroom drawers
- Travel containers
- Cabinet doors
- Corner of your mouth - you might wanna check
Simply grab a paper towel and some surface cleaner and swab away. Oh, how shiny everything looks without toothpaste crust! It's simply dazzling, and I'll bet you've forgotten how much you enjoy seeing it all so sparkly! Set your timer for 5 minutes and you'll be positively amazed at the blinding beauty of goo-free living. I feel like I'm living in a magazine.
Song of the Day: A Wink and A Smile
How often do you brush and/or floss? What's your favorite toothpaste?