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#100878 - Mon Sep 03 2001 01:51 AM Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste
gillyharold Offline
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Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 5908
Loc: Michigan USA
Polish silverware, silver, or gold.
Colgate will shine up silver and gold. Rinse thoroughly.

Clean piano keys.
Squeeze Colgate on a damp cloth. Rub the keys well, wipe dry, and buff with a soft, dry cloth. After all, ivory is made from an elephant's tusk.

Remove ink spots from cloth.
Squeeze Colgate on spot, scrub, and rinse thoroughly.

Dry up acne pimples.
Dab Colgate on pimples as you would use Clearasil.

Remove crayon from walls.
Brush the marks with Colgate on an old toothbrush.

Remove scratches on glassware.
Polish with a dollop of Colgate.

Deodorize smelly hands.
Squeeze an inch of Colgate into your palm and wash hands under running water.

Remove Kool-aid moustaches from kids' faces.
Rub on Colgate and rinse thoroughly.

Remove tar from the bottom of bare feet.
Squeeze on Colgate and rub.

Deodorize "sour" baby bottles.
Scrub with Colgate and a bottle brush.

Remove scuffs on shoes.
Apply Colgate with a tissue, rub, and wipe off.

Fill small holes in walls.
Use a small dab of Colgate as emergency spackling to fill in small holes in plaster walls. Let dry before painting.


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#100879 - Mon Sep 03 2001 07:44 AM Re: Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste
SuperFurryAnimal Offline
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Registered: Fri Jul 27 2001
Posts: 1235
Loc: Glasgow UK
Is there nothing this wonder substance can't achieve??

To cure cancer: Rub small amount of Colgate on afflicted area.

To bring about world peace: Present all the peoples of the world with a small amount of Colgate......

Thanks for the tips though!!

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#100880 - Tue Sep 04 2001 06:48 AM Re: Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste
fjohn Offline
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Registered: Mon Dec 06 1999
Posts: 2742
Loc: Wyoming USA Way Out West
Gilly, the wall spackling trick goes back forty years, for me, at least, when I was a young airman living with my family in base housing. Although we were allowed to hang pictures on the walls while we lived in base housing, we were not allowed to have nail holes in the walls when we left. We were charged for spackling and repainting (if necessary). Since all walls in all base housing units were painted white, a dollop of Colgate toothpaste filled the holes nicely and blended well with the existing paint job.
Once the housing inspector signed off the inspection sheet, we were home free (so to speak).
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