Brush And Rinse From Amron Experimental Is Clever And Clean

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: May 28, 2009 • References: amronexperimental & dornob
Whether you stick your head under the tap, have a cup that crowds the counter, or you try and use the leftover water (whatever is left) from the toothbrush to rinse, it’s all unnecessary.

The new Brush and Rinse ergonomically designed toothbrush from Amron Experimental is a creative and rather intelligent idea to make rinsing less of a hassle.

The head of the tooth brush is designed to allow the water from the tap to flow through a tiny whole or a tube (under the handle) on the brush to produce a mini-fountain.

The fountain is projected either from the back of the head, or from a hole at the base of the handle.

It reduces the waste of water, speeds up teeth brushing time, and requires no other tools then just a toothbrush.

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