Monday, March 28, 2016

Review: WooBamboo Toothbrush

I like to change my toothbrush about every four to five months. Because after that long, they have a tendency to get a little rugged. The bristles get a little worn. I am interested to see how well my new WooBamboo Toothbrush holds up.
   This is a good toothbrush to implement into your household if you are green or in the process of going green. The handle is made of biodegrabable, sustainably-grown bamboo. So,
after you get done with this toothbrush, you will not have to worry about it cluttering up another landfill.
   Even though it is not made of the standard plastic that most toothbrushes are, it has stood up to the rigorous testing during the past week and a half. The bristles are still doing their job and are easy to clean. Little bits of toothpaste has not sunk into or stuck to the handle. That was a concern I had about a bamboo handle - would toothpaste get into any crevices and then be a pain to clean? Nope.
   The handle is very comfortable to hold, fitting easily into your hand and it is very smooth. The only complaint I have with this toothbrush is that it doesn't have the bristles that you find on the more expensive toothbrushes - you know, the ones that go every which way in order to reach every space in your mouth. Other than that, it is not a bad brush. Recommended.
Full disclosure: I was sent this toothbrush free of charge in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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