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Teflon Toothpaste

Nonstick teeth
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Teflon is being put in to everything any more why not toothpaste. Would help keep smokers and coffee drinkers teeth whiter.
duroncrush, Feb 09 2004

Teflon Teeth http://www.halfbake...idea/Teflon_20Teeth
There it is. A closely related idea. [half, Oct 04 2004]

Teflon bathroom cleaner FAQ http://www.cloroxba...m/faq.html#cookware
Don't spray on cookware. [Worldgineer, Oct 04 2004]


       Is it human-friendly?
Letsbuildafort, Feb 09 2004

       Jutta, I think I have to disagree with your [mfd]magic. Potential health risks aside, (and also disregarding the fact that I am not a chemist) They make toilet bowl cleaners that contain teflon that supposedly keeps the porcelain surface non-stick, so why not toothpaste?   

       I don't know anything about the chemistry that would enable this, but you get a bun from me.
Freefall, Feb 10 2004

       I can't chew anything... <squeak squeak>
k_sra, Feb 10 2004

       I've never checked in to it, but I've sort of assumed that the Teflon infused bathroom products are a gimmick.   

       Given the slipperiness(?) of the stuff and the effort required to make Teflon stick to cooking utensils, I don't see how the stuff could possibly adhere to a porcelain surface and have nothing stick to it.   

       Wasn't there a teflon coated teeth idea here once?
half, Feb 10 2004

       Clorox's web site doesn't give much insite into how it works, but does say it's made of a different material than Teflon cookware.
Worldgineer, Feb 10 2004

       [World]: first time I've ever encountered the phrase "Incidental bowl water ingestion".
half, Feb 10 2004

       Yeah, looks like the PR people and the lawyers worked together on that FAQ. I'll let my dog know that Clorox doesn't recommend that she drinks from the bowl.
Worldgineer, Feb 10 2004

       How did this get four buns?
yabba do yabba dabba, Feb 11 2004

       Toohtpaste is mildy abrasive, to clean the teeth. Teflon is slicker 'n pigsnot in a snowstorm. Seems like these competing functions are going to conflict with each other to some ill effect.
oxen crossing, Feb 11 2004

       I agree with oxen.   

       Surely it should be the cigarettes and the coffee that are laced with teflon, in order to prevent toothly stickage?
benjamin, Feb 11 2004


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