teeth bleaching. Tuesday , April 04th , 2017 - 01:16:19 AM
A relatively rarely used home remedy is wood ash. Wood ash (which can be collected from your fireplace) is said to be an effective whitening agent because of the presence of potassium hydroxide in it. However, be aware that you need to use 'hard wood' ash to see results. If this is your choice, use it sparingly, as potassium hydroxide is a harsh chemical and could damage your teeth.
Take one tablespoon of any oil in your mouth and tilt your chin upwards so that the oil reaches your molar and start swishing.
Another method is the use of lemon juice. One way to use it is to squeeze a few drops onto your toothbrush and scrub away. You can also scrub an orange peel directly on your teeth, which will leave them white and shiny.
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