View Poll Results: Is it time for a new toothbrush?

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    It doesn't even qualify for my brush box.

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    You need to invest in better quality toothbrushes IMO.
    But your individuality and your present need will be swept away by change,
    and what you now ardently desire will one day become the object of abhorrence.
    ~ Schiller - 'Psychological Types'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sappho View Post
    Seriously. I wouldn't even use that for cleaning the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarIII View Post
    It doesn't even qualify for my brush box.

    There. That green one in your tool.box looks like a better option
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    You should order one made of wood.
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    I made a bald toothbrush!



    And I found a tiny flat piece of metal jammed in one of the holes! I'm going to pull the bristles out of another brush to see if they're all like that. Maybe it's a security thing. Maybe for counterfeit detection.
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    Stop using on your teeth no more than a week after you start using it on the toilet.
    Stand clear of the closing doors, please.

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    No. It hasn't even displayed a healthy culture of green mold yet. The key to dental health is to maintain a healthy oral ecosystem serviced by the introduction of fungi and bacteria that act as pest control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarIII View Post
    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:

    The fact that such a defense is even necessary should tell you all you need to know.

    Get thee to a CVS.

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    Make one. Improve the traditional design, or create one more molar-friendly. Entertain yourself.

    I can't imagine how bored you must have been when you started this thread.


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