How to Whiten Teeth with a Strawberry

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Strawberries contain malic acid, which is great for removing stains on your teeth.

Step 1:
Mash the strawberry with a fork and mix it with the baking soda. The baking soda buffs away stains from coffee, tea, and blueberries that penetrate your enamel over time.

Step 2:
Using a soft toothbrush, apply the mixture to the teeth you want to whiten.

Step 3:
Let the mixture set for five minutes.

Step 4:
Brush your teeth with toothpaste as usual. Floss to get out any seeds from the strawberry.

Rinsing with a little hydrogen peroxide mixed with water after brushing kills bacteria and whitens teeth.

Step 5:
Rinse your mouth with mouthwash to wash away residual acid. Your teeth will be gleaming and stain-free.

Did You Know?
In the Middle Ages barbers also practiced dentistry.

29 Replies to “How to Whiten Teeth with a Strawberry”

  1. How does having a tattoo have anything to do with correct or incorrect information?

  2. BTW….a non-alcohol mouthwash is best being most contain alcohol which turns to sugar….not good

  3. Hrm. It's been proven hydrogen peroxide doesn't actually kill bacteria.
    I guess this is the kind of stuff you do with a hand tattoo.

  4. It had malic acid in it, which is supposed to be something that can remove surface stains.

  5. My dentist is actually smarter than you. You guys should really stop correcting me considering none of you are trained dentist 😀 you don't really know any of this. You're just taking peoples word for it. Come back when ya have a degree.

  6. My late paternal grandfather should see this. I planted strawberries with him on his deck planters.

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