1. Mix it up. Shake the bottle hard to mix the settled pigments. If pigments are still settled after shaking, stir with a toothpick. Using the integrated brush to mix or agitate will cause unwanted fraying of the bristles.
2. Dry teeth. Tuck cotton rolls between gums to keep mouth open. Wipe saliva off with cloth, tissue, or gauze. Teeth must be completely dry for Toothpolish to stick.
3. Paint Toothpolish. Apply in thin layers. To avoid streaking, paint 1-3 strokes per tooth. It is important to allow at least 10 seconds dry time between layers. Polish is dry when hardened. Not dry = soft/jelly.
Keep product clean. After polishing each tooth, wipe brush off on a disposable cloth or gauze before dipping it back into the bottle. Wiping brush, brush arm, and bottle edge with high-proof alcohol is also recommended. Do not leave brushes out too long since they will dry & harden.
4. Fix it. Use a toothpick to remove excess polish from gums and gaps. Polish is easier to manipulate when wet.
As with any technique, practice practice practice!
Enjoy any drink while smiling wild. Toothpolish will last while eating soft foods only. Take Toothpolish with you to reapply after some meals, just like you do with lipstick.