The world-famous painting of Mona Lisa became what is now considered a national treasure not only because of Leonardo Da Vinci’s knack for art but also because of its subject. When you look at it at first, you will notice one single thing that will keep you staring: her SMILE.
A smile can make a world of a difference in various situations—it can help one gain a new friend, achieve a better first impression from a potential employer, or even mend a broken heart. But a common problem many have that prevents them from flashing that sweet smile is having not-so-pearly whites.
Perfectly White Teeth
Having perfectly white teeth is an ultimate dream for many people even though human teeth are naturally yellowish. Some even spend thousands of dollars for repeated bleaching sessions with their dentists in order to have sparkling white enamels. But because of its price, not everybody can afford even a single session of this dental beautification process.
There may come a time that you, who earn minimum wage and have no budget for expensive dental procedures would look in the mirror and say, “I want white teeth.”
When that time comes, fear not, for we have uncovered a very affordable and very effective teeth whitening procedure that can be done in the comforts of your home.
The first thing you need to do is to prepare a tin foil. Cut two small pieces that is sized just right to fit your teeth.
Then, mix baking soda and water and evenly spread the mixture into the foil.
After that, attach the tin foil with the baking soda side close to your teeth. It may be a trial and error task because you would have to fit it snugly so that the mixture gets into your pearly whites. It would look something like this.
Tin Foil Teeth Whitening Procedure
Baking soda has whitening properties and can be used to whiten different things but it cannot be as effective on whitening those chompers without the tin foil. The foil helps it stay in place. But be extra careful in attaching the tin foil when you have fillings because it may feel quite uncomfortable.
Keep it on for an hour. You can even try taking photos of you and your friends while waiting!
Tin Foil Teeth Selfie
Repeat the procedure twice in a week and voila!
The Before and The After
Take some more selfies while flashing those sparkling white teeth and share this incredible life hack with your friends.
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Watch this Family Turn a Barren Backyard to a Phenomenal DIY Natural Pool!
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It turns out, Vonbubenberg and his dad are architectural geniuses who created what could be the most awesome DIY natural pool in all of Switzerland. Here are their photos.
First, they drew up the shape of the actual pool, plus the area for plants and gravel.
Sealed Bottle Garden Hasn´t Been Watered For 50 Years Yet It’s Thriving
Man grows garden in sealed bottle that hasn’t been watered in 50 years!
Not everyone has a skill for gardening, and most of us don’t even bother to give it a try. It’s common to think that most plants are finicky, need too much care, need perfect conditions, and a host of other excuses. But would you believe that a garden can flourish for 50 years with hardly any care? And not just any garden, but a tightly sealed bottled garden at that!
David Latimer sealed some seeds in a jar back in 1960, not knowing that 50 years later he’d be the owner of his very own bottled garden! An example of a closed yet perfectly functional ecosystem, the 10-gallon glass carboy holds what can only be described as a lush bottled garden complete with its own means of producing its own food via photosynthesis.