Disadvantages short handle
This is my first opinion, not in 'real life' but in the ciao world, so be gentle with me.Firstly I consider my teeth to b my crowning glory, what with their use for flashing britney spears time smiles and their great ability to chew the copious amounts of chocolate, cakes and biscuits that make up my staple diet. As u can imagine having a staple diet as the above means I have to
The thing that drew me to this product was primarily price, at 28p each u cant really go far wrong, and speaking as someone who includes chewing the brush in their repertoire of brush strokes means that I go through more toothbrushes than most. It doesn’t matter whether I buy wisdom, Colgate, wilko, or asda normal brand, after 10 or so brushing sessions my
toothbrushes resemble brazil brushes tail, unkempt and at every angle rather than facing up right. So price means a great deal, especially considering I hate spending money on such necessities and believe they should b provided free, along with tampons!!
The bristles are of medium stiffness (a technical term), so are unlikely to make your gums pour with blood, but hard enough so that u know uve cleaned your teeth, they provide the perfect clean.To top up the good points I have never managed to chew the bristles until they start shedding in my mouth, which has happened with other brands, namely the wilko one.
The two problems with this brush are a) the short stubby handle, and b) no flexible neck like the up market brands.Perhaps the brush is meant more for children, but the handle certainly seems a centimetre or two shorter than the average brush, and when u brush the back teeth the toothpaste froth casquades down the handle towards your arm. The inflexibility also means that cleaning the back teeth is not as comfortable as the more expensive brushes.
However in conclusion I would definitely recommend smart price toothbrushes, rock bottom price and thorough clean, im willing to overlook the lack of length and flexibility. (Isn’t it surprising how many innuendos 'crop up' in a toothbrush write up. oops there’s another one.) Price is all to me.
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