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Toothbrushes in the Kitchen?

posted by sballou

ToothburshToothbrushes aren’t just for use on your teeth! Buy several extra toothbrushes when they are on sale. Store in the kitchen drawers. Here’s how you can use them.

* Use toothbrushes for removing bits of leftover food on food-processor blades, sieves or graters.
* Also, they make great brushes scrub to dirt and debris from potatoes or other vegetables.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Monty Martin

    Toothbrushes also good to scrub around sink and tub rings.

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