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Funny, Memebase, and Sneakers: Toothpaste Rubber Bands 1. Remove crayon marks Squirt a small dab of non-gel toothpaste on the wall where the mark is. Rub gently with a soft cloth, then rinse with warm water. Voilà! 2. Deodorize hands Can't get garlic or onion odor off your hands? Wash them with a blob of tooth- paste. 3. Whiten sneakers Clean rubber soles by rubbing scuff marks with an old toothbrush and non-gel tooth- paste. 1. Identify a bottle Wrap a rubber band around a shampoo bottle and you'll be able to tellit's not condi- tioner, even if your eyes are filled with suds. . Neaten thread Keep spools of thread from unraveling by wrapping them with a rubber band. 3. Hold a lid Prevent a potluck disaster-secure the lid of the dish by stretching a band over the top. 4. Grip a tool Wrap a rubber band around the handle of a hammer or screwdriver for a firmer grip. 4. Buff a DVID Get rid of light scratches by squeezing a little non-gel toothpaste onto a cotton ball. Wipe over the DVD from the center out to the edge. Rinse with water and dry with a non- abrasive, lint-free cloth-all gone Hook a rubber band through the button hole and secure the other side to the button for an extra half-inch of breathing room. 5. Defog goggles Coat the inside of swimming goggles with toothpaste, then wipe off-they'll be crystal clear <p><a target="_blank" href="http://graphjam.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/funny-graphs-that-seems-useful.jpg">Things you didn&rsquo;t know you could do with ordinary stuff</a>.<br/><a target="_blank" href="http://graphjam.memebase.com/2011/08/02/funny-graphs-im-not-sure-id-rather-have-toothpaste-hands-than-garlic-hands/">via</a> </p>

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