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Instead of using those pricey denture tabs, soak your retainers in hydrogen peroxide like you would buy in the first aid aisle. I use this all the time and I never have a build up like I did with the denture tabs. I make a 32 oz. bottle last about three months and costs $1.50.
By Christine from Three Rivers, MI
I use this as my cleaning staple. It's natural, it's cheap and it works! I use it for a mouthwash and denture cleanser. I use this for mouth care, also for swabbing my face with a soaked cotton ball after washing with a natural soap. It takes care of blackheads and any bacteria from the day. I also use this at night to clean my drains and they are disinfected and clean. I use this as my cleaning product to clean my: sinks, windows, all glass (no streaking), cleaning the toilet and all ceramics. I use It to wash my flooring and in my laundry. I keep these people in business. I buy 5 & 6 Big bottles at a time once a week. I do alot of cleaning. Happy safe Cleaning.
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Does anyone have info on making homemade denture cleaner? I'm not interested in bleach; my dentist said never use bleach as it bleaches them out. I've seen homemade everything, but not this. Thank you.
The best way I have found to clean my dentures are with a toothbrush and Lava soap. My dentist recommend this, and it really gets my dentures clean.
Thanks Linda, I'm heading to the store tomorrow. I drink lots of tea and coffee that stains them. joanie
Baking soda works as well as anything.
Smoker's toothpaste as it helps with smoking, coffee, tea stains and etc. A little Dial antibacterial soap (the foam kind) (I recommend the pear scent) works great too. You can use the non-foam kind; they both work the same way but, I prefer the foam for me. I use the Dial one week and the smoker's toothpaste the next and so on. Both of these do not cost a lot (can get both be found at the dollar store). A little goes a long way!
I recommend that you use a regular soft toothbrush to gently clean your dentures with the above products. **If you can't use dial soap products you can use any brand of antibacterial soaps.**