How to Get Stains off of Dentures?

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To remove stains from dentures, they should be brushed after every meal and soaked overnight. To remove stubborn stains, an ultrasonic toothbrush can be used. Dentures are porous and so are prone to staining.
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1. Rinse your dentures with water after every meal or drink to keep particles from settling on them and staining. 2. Clean your dentures twice a day with a denture brush and denture
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1. Dampen a paper towel with water and squeeze out the excess moisture. Blot the marble surface to remove tiny pollen granules without smearing them into the marble. Discard the paper
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1. Contact your local water company and inquire as to the mineral content of the water in your area. If the water is considered soft or your home has a water softening system installed
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1. Dampen a sponge with hot water, and wring it out. 2. Wipe the stainless steel stove with the sponge to remove as much of the residue or stain as possible. Don't dry the surface
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How to Get Stains Off of Dentures
Like regular teeth, your dentures must be cleaned and rinsed daily to remove food particles and prevent stains from drinks, food or nicotine. But dentures need special cleaners that differ from regular toothpaste. Modern dentures are made of plastic,... More »
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