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How often have you lost the cap to the toothpaste? Well, with this idea you will no longer have to worry about losing the cap, or even a tube at all. A toothbrush with bristles made out of hardened toothpaste, will solve all of your problems. You can use them a few times and throw them out. Perfect for
traveling so you don't have to worry about toothpaste getting on your new khakis.
Toothette Disposable Toothbrush
A slightly different solution to the same problem. Commonly used in hospitals and many dental clinics. [jurist, Oct 17 2004]
||I've seen something like this at the dentist, it has regular
bristles, but magically has toothpaste too (you can't see it)
, all you need is
water. Not quite the same but close.
||Toothette Oral Swabs provide the dentifrice without the need for additional water. But instead of using bristles, they use a gentle cogwheel-shaped sponge on a lollipop stick. Use anywhere, once.[link]
||Sounds good to me, but how is the toothpaste getting on your new khakis anyhow? I can't seem to imagine a way that would happen that couldn't also happen with this idea.