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

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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DIY Toothpaste Dots

DIY Toothpaste Dots

Make Toothpaste Dots for Lightweight Backpacking | The Zombie Squad Elite

Make Toothpaste Dots for Lightweight Backpacking | The Zombie Squad Elite

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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!

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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TrailTime Tips: Pour out tiny dots of toothpaste on a sheet of aluminum foil. Let them dry out until the toothpaste dots become hard. Place the dried toothpaste dots in a plastic bag. On your next backpacking trip, simply pop a toothpaste dot in your mouth and chew it up until it becomes regular toothpaste consistancy again. Then use a toothbrush to brush your teeth just like normal.

TrailTime Tips: Pour out tiny dots of toothpaste on a sheet of aluminum foil. Let them dry out until the toothpaste dots become hard. Place the dried toothpaste dots in a plastic bag. On your next backpacking trip, simply pop a toothpaste dot in your mouth and chew it up until it becomes regular toothpaste consistancy again. Then use a toothbrush to brush your teeth just like normal.

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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. - ruggedthug

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. - ruggedthug

Travel Hack--MYO Toothpaste dots by dehydrating regular toothpaste

Travel Hack--MYO Toothpaste dots by dehydrating regular toothpaste

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Mom with a PREP | Toothpaste dots were an idea someone came up with awhile back to have toothpaste on hand for camping and hiking. You have seen them all over Pinterest, right?  They take up little space, are almost weightless, are better than packing a tube of toothpaste that will inevitably burst and put toothpaste over the entire contents of your bag, no matter how many layers of plastic you have encased it in (Murphy's Law). But do they really work?

Mom with a PREP | Toothpaste dots were an idea someone came up with awhile back to have toothpaste on hand for camping and hiking. You have seen them all over Pinterest, right? They take up little space, are almost weightless, are better than packing a tube of toothpaste that will inevitably burst and put toothpaste over the entire contents of your bag, no matter how many layers of plastic you have encased it in (Murphy's Law). But do they really work?

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Mom with a PREP | Toothpaste dots were an idea someone came up with awhile back to have toothpaste on hand for camping and hiking. You have seen them all over Pinterest, right?  They take up little space, are almost weightless, are better than packing a tube of toothpaste that will inevitably burst and put toothpaste over the entire contents of your bag, no matter how many layers of plastic you have encased it in (Murphy's Law). But do they really work?

Mom with a PREP | Toothpaste dots were an idea someone came up with awhile back to have toothpaste on hand for camping and hiking. You have seen them all over Pinterest, right? They take up little space, are almost weightless, are better than packing a tube of toothpaste that will inevitably burst and put toothpaste over the entire contents of your bag, no matter how many layers of plastic you have encased it in (Murphy's Law). But do they really work?

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How to Make Toothpaste Dots for Your Emergency Kits - Mom with a Prep

How to Make Toothpaste Dots for Your Emergency Kits - Mom with a Prep

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