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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    I'm still bringing tooth paste.
    And we appreciate that.

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    You probably appreciate me bringing deodorant and TP even more.
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    IF you have homemade soap without any artificial fragrances, that works great for toothpaste. Just wet your toothbrush and rub it on the bar for a bit.

    It sounds yucky, because everyone thinks soap tastes terrible. Actually, it has very little taste at all. It's the artificial fragrances that taste nasty.

    I brush my teeth every day with my own handmade soap, and it works great. I follow it up with a diluted hydrogen peroxide rinse.

    BTW, regular toothpaste leaves a coating of glycerin on your teeth (it helps make your teeth look shiny). I don't know if it's harmful (search it and there are some that'll say it'll kill you, but you can find that out about just about anything), but it is a sticky substance, and I don't think that's helpful. It is noticeable, though. If I use toothpaste to brush, the peroxide rinse afterwards foams up A LOT, whereas it's almost unnoticeable when I just use my soap.
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    speaking of soap, there was a article in TMEN years ago about using soap. It was deemed far superior to toothpaste.
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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