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Toothpaste Dots for backpacking. Lay out foil sheet or parchment and make rows of dollops of toothPASTE. Allow to dry for 2-4 days. Sprinkle baking soda on top to keep from sticking. Repackage in small bags. To use simple pop one dot in your mouth, chew, then add a small amount of water in your mouth and start brushing. This tip reduces weight in your pack

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make toothpaste dots, let them dry, sprinkle them with baking soda then pop them into a bag. When camping, put one in your mouth and chew--add water and brush.

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How to Make Toothpaste Dots for Your Emergency Kits

How to Make Toothpaste Dots for your Emergency Kits | Mom with a PREP And here's a tip...the less fancy the toothpaste, the better the results!

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Toothpaste Dots Keep Down Toiletry Bulk When Carrying Light - also removes a liquid from your carry on.

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Toothpaste Dots: Maximize your packing space and make brushing your teeth in the woods even easier by bringing along dried dots of toothpaste instead of a whole tube. 2-3 days before going on your trip, put chocolate chip-sized dots of toothpaste on a plate and sprinkle them with baking soda.

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DIY Toothpaste Dots and other DIY camping ideas - for ultralight backpacking.

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Toothpaste dots--lightweight backpacking tip

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You might not think dehydrated toothpaste blobs are such a novel idea but keep in mind, every little bit of weight savings helps in lightening the load of your bug out bag — making for easier travel when you need it most. #shtf #prepping #survival

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Toothpaste Dots for camping. Lay out foil sheet or parchment and make rows of dollops of toothpaste. Allow to dry for 2-4 days. Sprinkle baking soda on top to keep from sticking. Repackage in small bags. To use simple pop one dot in your mouth, chew, then add a small amount of water in your mouth and start brushing.

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make toothpaste dots, let them dry, sprinkle them with baking soda then pop them into a bag. When camping, put one in your mouth and chew--add water and brush.