How to Use a Fuzzy Brush

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What is a Fuzzy Brush?

A Fuzzy Brush is a small, encapsulated, chewable toothbrush, Yep, chewable. Just pop it in your mouth and chew like gum. Unlike gum, it with clean your teeth, fight plaque and gingivitis.

The active ingredient is xylitol which is a natural sugar with medicinal properties. Brace wearers, appliance users and even those in dentures can use them. Mint and bubblegum flavors are available and taste great. They crunch a little at first but then the xylitol disperses around your mouth and as you chew the brush cleans your teeth, getting up into the gum to stimulate blood circulation, though it does not hurt the tissue.

Halitosis sufferers would be well served. Parents trying to get kids to brush would be well served (not under 6), especially those braces wearers. Anyone who has eaten a stinky lunch or dinner and on a date, or going to a meeting are REALLY well served. Campers, bikers, theme park goers are just a few people who could use this product.

The product was invented by a dentist in Amsterdam who was interested in his patients dental health.

If you would like more info go to www.fuzzybrush.com.

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Lgali 6 years ago

another good hub thanks

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