9. Remove Scuff Marks
Those black marks from the soles of your shoes can be easily scrubbed away with a little dab of toothpaste and an old toothbrush. You can also use toothpaste to remove scuff marks from furniture, walls, and appliances.
8. Remove Crayon Marks
Sometimes toddlers get creative while coloring. While coloring books are fun, there must be something incredibly inspiring about a fresh, clean, white wall! If you have crayon marks on your walls, tabletops, or furniture, use toothpaste to clean them away. The abrasives in toothpaste can wear away the colorful, waxy buildup of crayon marks.
7. Clean Carpet Spots
It is easy to see that toothpaste can be useful for cleaning hard surfaces such as walls, countertops, and fixtures. However, toothpaste can also be helpful for getting small, concentrated stains out of carpeting. Make sure to use white toothpaste. Colorful gels may stain your carpet, rather than cleaning it.