Denture Stains?

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The easiest way to remove denture stains is to soak the dentures overnight in a denture cleaning solution. Regular brushing of the dentures also aids in removing stains as well as keeping the dentures white. If the dentures have stubborn and deep stains, one can use a mixture of 1/8 cup bleach and 1 cup water and allow the dentures to soak for at least a half an hour. Dentures can also be soaked in a mixture of 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 cup water for several hours or overnight.
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1. Get your cup or container out and fill with product of choice. My mom uses Chlorox bleach mixed with warm water (1/4 cup bleach and 1 cup water) If using Efferdent or something
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Be proactive. Dentures don't get stained unless you allow them to get stained. Just like regular teeth, dentures can get built-up food particles and plaque. It's best to brush them
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A good homemade stain remover for dentures is a mixture of half water and
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Coffee and tea are among the worst,even for real teeth. My wife drinks her coffee and tea through a straw to help keep her teeth whiter.
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