Shipping Toothpaste via Deutsch Post

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Can I send toothpaste to China via Deutsch Post?

One brand I tried works very well on gum healing, and would like to send some to my parents.

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5 hours ago, SmurfLee said:

Can I send toothpaste to China via Deutsch Post?

 

As long as you don't squeeze the toothpaste out of the tube into envelopes, it should work.

 

Sorry, but some of your questions are really weird. 

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22 minutes ago, someonesdaughter said:

 

As long as you don't squeeze the toothpaste out of the tube into envelopes, it should work.

 

Sorry, but some of your questions are really weird. 

 

Yes, I have to admit  :)

 

But things are very unpredictable sometime. For instance, last time, I was trying to send my dad electronic toothbrush, and I was told I must take out the battery. Never thought battery can be problem.

 

So I do not know if any chemical in toothpaste can be considered dangerous on air plane.

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I think it would depend far more on China's import/customs laws

 

if you want to fly with a larger tube of toothpaste, the main risk is that it's too large to take in your carry on.  just put it in your checked luggage (unless you find china does not allow import of toothpaste)

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15 minutes ago, lisa13 said:

If you want to fly with a larger tube of toothpaste, the main risk is that it's too large to take in your carry on.  just put it in your checked luggage (unless you find china does not allow import of toothpaste)

Large like this:

 

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22 minutes ago, fraufruit said:

99% of people who fly have toothpaste with them.

 

Having with them and shipping is different. You can have battery with you on board, but cannot ship them.

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30 minutes ago, SmurfLee said:

So I do not know if any chemical in toothpaste can be considered dangerous on air plane.

 

I was responding to this.

For shipping, you need to look on the internet for what is acceptable to China.

We just don't know.

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7 hours ago, SmurfLee said:

One brand I tried works very well on gum healing...

Don't a nice bit of powdered rhino horn and shark fin do the trick?

Failing that, dental floss.

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