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Gleem toothpaste
Procter and Gamble quit making it in 2014.
Gleem toothpaste

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Posted by Bob Matthews at 10:37 pm (PDT) on Wed November 1, 2017   
More than you want to know (includes a nice 1958 print ad) but I couldn't find out what "GL-70" was beyond that it "fights tooth decay and mouth odor."
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gleem

("GL" likely represents the first two letters in Gleem.)
Posted by GlenEllyn at 8:01 pm (PDT) on Wed November 1, 2017   
But it had GL-70, whatever that was! sealed  Gee, I feel like I missed out on something - toothpaste that tasted good.
Posted by Bob Matthews at 11:04 am (PDT) on Sun October 22, 2017   
To this discerning palate (lol), Gleem had a distinct and pleasing flavor, unlike the chemical-tasting Crest.

And right -- no fluoride.
Posted by Alan at 7:34 am (PDT) on Sun October 22, 2017   
It wasn't really similar to Crest in that it did not have flouride.
Posted by GlenEllyn at 12:13 am (PDT) on Sun September 24, 2017   
I remember Gleem, but never used it.  Very similar to Crest, eh?  We were a Crest family so I guess we didn't miss much.
Posted by Bob Matthews at 7:27 pm (PDT) on Sun August 27, 2017   
Bah! what do they know?
Posted by LoyalTubist at 1:35 am (PDT) on Mon October 10, 2016   
Procter and Gamble said it wasn't all that different from Crest. So they stopped making it.
Posted by Bob Matthews at 6:15 pm (PDT) on Sat October 8, 2016   
One of the best tasting tootpastes laughing

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