Toothpaste Tube: An Unexpected Life Hack Can Keep The Toilet Fresh For A Long Period Of Time

Date April 24, 2019

The ordinary toilet cistern contains many secrets. In addition to its immediate functions, it’s also a perfect place to hide valuable things: money or important documents, carefully wrapped in cellophane.

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And how do you feel about hiding a tube of toothpaste in the cistern? The majority will be surprised and does not understand the reason for doing this. Let's try to figure it out.

What is it for? Not to brush your teeth in the future, of course. With the help of the toothpaste, you can keep the toilet fresh for a long period of time.

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Cleaning the toilet is a responsible thing, but to be honest, nobody likes it. Detergent manufacturers came up with a lot of expensive stuff that helps to maintain cleanliness in the toilet room.

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So here's the life hack: menthol toothpaste keeps freshness in the toilet and is dirt cheap!

For this, take the tube of any toothpaste. It may be even the cheapest one, but most importantly, it should include menthol. All you need to do is to pierce as many holes in the tube as possible and to put it into the cistern. That’s all.

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Menthol will not only exude a nice scent but also produce a small disinfection. Obviously, you still have to clean the toilet. But now it can be done less frequently.

Be sure to share this lifehack with your friends!

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