I love to clean. It’s therapeutic for me. While I love it, I am not really a fan of some of the cleaning products I use. They’re not the prettiest, and as a fan of pretty packaging, it’s important to have aesthetically appealing labels!
Any gal with a diamond knows that a toothbrush and a little toothpaste will make that rock twinkle. But toothpaste has other more lowly pursuits than putting the spark in your bling.
Cast Iron Sinks
Toothpaste will remove pot marks from cast iron (and vitreous glass) sinks and it’s a cheap alternative to more expensive cleaners. My Pepsodent (the lowest-priced I could find at the store) is a fraction of the cost of Kohler’s fancy Cast Iron Kitchen Sink Cleaner. Continue Reading