Do you think they will catch-on in the US? Isn’t a better solution to just turn off the water while you’re brushing?
I haven’t and don’t know anyone who has tried the waterless toothbrush mentioned in the article, but I knows tons of people, myself included, who’ve used disposable waterless toothbrushes (like Colgates’ Wisp). They work surprisingly well and need to water at all – the saliva in your mouth gets the toothpaste working well enough and my mouth felt pretty clean afterwards. I’d imagine the non-disposable ones would work even better.
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