Denture Stain Removal?

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A good stain removal technique for dentures is to soak them in a mixture of hydrogen peroxide, 1/8 cup of bleach, and 1 cup of water. Allow the dentures to soak for at least thirty minutes and remove and rinse well. Another way to remove stains on dentures is to use a denture cleaning product which can be purchased at most drug stores and local grocery stores. Brushing dentures often will aid in keeping them clean and soaking them overnight in a denture cleaning product will have the same effect.
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