Oh, probably. I'd rather just try to get this one clean than deal with getting it replaced. If it really doesn't come clean, then I'll hunt up a Tupperware person.
I use a product called Greased Lightening and it works for most stuff. I don't know if you have it in your area.
I'd have called those Tupperware people a very long time ago! The product would have been replaced by now, if that is their deal.
Does anyone use baking soda on their teeth, for whitening? I hear it's quite effective. I'm thinking about trying it.
I've tried it but really I don't notice a difference in my teeth no matter what whitening product I use. I'm currently using a Crest whitening toothpaste and mouthwash to see if they help. It might just be the products I choose aren't strong enough to make an instant dramatic change but I'm fearful of strong whitening products. I don't want to damage my teeth.
I've heard that baking soda is good for sensitive gums and it did make my gums feel good after brushing with it. With regular toothpaste, sometimes my gums are sore or sensitive right after brushing.
I wouldn't be expecting instant results. If I start now, my dental people should (hopefully) notice a difference by my appointment in September? I don't smoke or drink coffee; very occasionally tea. Mainly water. I'm trying to make a commitment to better dental health.
I think baking soda with just enough peroxide to make a paste is a good teeth-whitener, too.