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Thread: Do you brush your teeth in the shower

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    Do you brush your teeth in the shower

    I like to as much as I can because when I brush them at the sink, the toothpaste/drool runs down to my elbows and splatter marks get on the mirror

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    I tried in the shower once or twice when attempting to multitask.

    Wasn't a fan.
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    I don't see how that would save time.

    You get in the shower, you scrub yourself down, you get out.

    I don't see where tooth brushing would fit in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokki balbotox View Post
    I like to as much as I can because when I brush them at the sink, the toothpaste/drool runs down to my elbows and splatter marks get on the mirror
    Were you raised by chimpanzees in the wild? How do you get your spit on your forearms when brushing your teeth? This is the real question of the thread.

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    I've found baking soda toothpaste to cause more spatter so I stopped using it. To prevent drool you can close your lips a little as you brush and don't tilt your head down. The water coming out of the shower head and tub faucet isn't as clean as the sink. It's recommended to replace shower heads regularly because of mold harboring in them but I haven't heard the same for faucets. I heard that tub faucets don't have to meet drinking water standards but I can't find anything on that right now.
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    Washing teeth is wasting your time. Do it occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sappho View Post
    I don't see how that would save time.

    You get in the shower, you scrub yourself down, you get out.

    I don't see where tooth brushing would fit in there.
    It saves time and mess

    Step one
    Turn shower on for preheat

    Step two
    Squirt toothpaste directly into mouth

    Step three get in shower
    And begin brushing while wetting hair and body

    Step four
    Spit out toothpaste while putting shampoo in hair avoiding spitting down body and getting mintiness on groin / rinse mouth out while rinsing tooth paste out

    Step five
    Condition hair

    Step six
    Wash body while rinsing out conditioner

    I mean wow
    The time saved is nuts
    Especially if you add your morning pee to step three but I'm not saying whether or not I do that

    I can't understand how y'all are brushing your tongues without splatting the mirror and making an absolute mess
    Last edited by rokki balbotox; 07-05-2018 at 02:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PureViolence View Post
    Washing teeth is wasting your time. Do it occasionally.
    This threw me off when I was learning Spanish I was told the English of wash teeth instead of brush. And to "put" God damnit Sinny is blowing up the group chat as I'm typing this

    And to "put" on the tv or radio

    Very interesting

    What's that got to do with you saying mines?

    Also I feel like some of y'all are lying about not doing it

    I should've made the poll private

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    "the time saved is nuts"



    Not as nuts as you.
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    That sounds foreign and strange. While on the topic of brushing teeth, 1 mg+ vitamin K2 MK-4 clears/prevents tartar. Add chelated/TRAACS magnesium, vitamin D3 (10 IU D3 : 2 mcg+ MK-4), and maybe a multivitamin.

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