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Mr DIY Shares Useful Toothpaste Tip And People Have The Best Responses

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Were you ever one of those kids who had dolls with ink stains on them?

Or if you're a mum, have you accidentally left your child with a marker or ballpoint pen and it resulted in something like this?

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Well, according to Mr DIY, there just might be a way for you to effectively remove these ink marks

All you need is to squeeze some toothpaste onto the stained areas and use a cotton pad to wipe it until the marks are gone.

"Once done, clean it with water, and your kids can play with it comfortably!"

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Although the tip was shared in a Facebook post last month, it's still trending until today with over 17,000 reactions and 631 shares. 

And of course, the Internet had to have a little fun with it. Some asked if the toothpaste tip could be applied to their own face.

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One very brave guy cheekily asked if it could help remove his wife's "thick makeup".

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Several wanted to know if it could help remove, um... other problems

Like acne.

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Or a broken heart.

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On a serious note, though, if you need help removing these stains, you could also try making a paste with baking soda and water, then gently rub it onto the stain with an old toothbrush

HowtoAdult shares that this could work if a ballpoint pen or marker was used. But, it will not work if a permanent marker was involved.

Others have also suggested applying 10% benzoyl peroxide acne cream directly onto the stain and placing the doll in the sunlight for a couple of hours. Then rinse the cream off with water. And it should look clean again!

If you or your kid ever gets their fingers superglued together, you could try this method to pry it apart:

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