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Wowe Kid’s Bamboo Toothbrush – Pack of 4
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What Makes This Good Stuff
- Pack of 4 child’s natural bamboo toothbrushes.
- Eco-friendly kid’s toothbrush has no plastic in handle.
- BPA free bristles that are high quality.
- Plastic free packaging that is eco-friendly.
- Water resistant handle that is splinter free.
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Why use an eco-friendly toothbrush?
Plastic is highly damaging to the environment. It can take as long 1,000 years for plastic to decompose and in this time it releases dangerous toxins into the earth around it. These bamboo toothbrushes have handles that are plastic free, making them an eco-friendly choice. Choosing these toothbrushes for your kids means that they can keep their teeth clean without having a detrimental effect on the world around them.
Why choose a bamboo toothbrush for your kids?
It’s essential that your kids keep their teeth clean by brushing twice a day. Buying them bamboo toothbrushes to use means that they can do this without causing damage to the planet. These bamboo toothbrushes are eco-friendly, so your kids can start learning early about protecting the environment around them. This four pack of toothbrushes means you have a brush for each child in your family, or you have replacement brushes for when the bristles on a brush wear out. When this happens, you can use the bamboo handles as a stirrers or you can use them as markers in the garden.
Are bamboo Toothbrushes Sanitary?
Bamboo toothbrushes are just as sanitary as a plastic toothbrush maybe even more sanitary. Bamboo naturally resist water and is antimicrobial making it difficult for microorganisms to stay on the bamboo toothbrush.
How long do bamboo toothbrushes last?
It is recommended to change out your toothbrush every 3 months. After normal wear and tear your bristles start to get worn out creating a less effective toothbrush. Clinical studies show that a worn out toothbrush removes less plaque than a new toothbrush. Your toothbrush builds up a large number of bacteria, so common sense practices also suggests to replace your toothbrush every 3 months. It is also a good idea to replace your toothbrush after getting over a illness.