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Rinser Toothbrush Turns Sinks Into Fountains

by Hazel Chua
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Some people like to use a glass. Others prefer to cup their hands under the faucet to gather enough water to rinse the foamy toothpaste out of their mouths. While others prefer to go the fountain route, which the Rinser Toothbrush makes possible in a more convenient way.

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With the special construction of the toothbrush, all you need is running water and the toothbrush under the tap to create your very own makeshift fountain of water. It might not be any more water-efficient than just letting the tap run, but it sure makes for easy rinsing after you’ve brushed your pearly whites clean, don’t you think?

The Rinser accepts brush head refills from GreenerStep, so you don’t have to worry about replacing the brush handle when your bristles wear out either. The Rinser Toothbrush from is available from Amron Experimental for $22(USD) if you pre-order it now. It will go back to its normal price of $35 after its introductory period.

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