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Thread: When to replace toothbrush

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    When to replace toothbrush

    This is a poll. This is the toothbrush:

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    I feel as if I can smell it through my screen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    I feel as if I can smell it through my screen.

    Seriously. I wouldn't even use that for cleaning the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stigmata View Post
    I feel as if I can smell it through my screen.

    I do a bouncy rinse from low in the sink in hot water after use to increase the water pressure and there's never food left stuck in the bristles. If there's food in the bristles I point them downward and smack the handle against the sink until it dislodges. The cheapest toothbrushes can't even withstand that.

    The bristles are still pure white but you can't tell from that picture. Here, this looks more accurate:

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    Kids these days have no knowledge of the refraction of light through toothbrush handles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sappho View Post
    Seriously. I wouldn't even use that for cleaning the toilet.

    Have you ever heard of Kim and Aggie?
    I wouldn't use this toothbrush if Jigsaw from The Saw Series gave me an ultimatum between either brushing my teeth with this atrocity, without the option of rising it prior to use, or have a bear trap collapse on my genitals.

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    If you suspect you should replace your toothbrush, you should.
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    Do they even sell any that look like that anymore? It looks like a complimentary Ramada Inn toothbrush circa 1960.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky balbotox View Post
    Do they even sell any that look like that anymore? It looks like a complimentary Ramada Inn toothbrush circa 1960.
    I still have a circa 1965 toothbrush holder mounted to the tile that has small holes. I'll either tear it out or enlarge the holes eventually. Anyway I have no problem handling it without a giant rubber handle. Toothbrushes these days look like Good Grips arthritis friendly kitchen utensils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarIII View Post
    I still have a circa 1965 toothbrush holder mounted to the tile that has small holes. I'll either tear it out or enlarge the holes eventually. Anyway I have no problem handling it without a giant rubber handle. Toothbrushes these days look like Good Grips arthritis friendly kitchen utensils.
    Just because it's there doesn't mean you have to use it LOL. Anyway, to each their own, but that thing needs to be replaced like yesteryear.

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