I’ve been reading a lot of helpful electric toothbrush reviews here recently because I’m thinking about getting a new brush. I’m thinking of getting an oral b 7000 toothbrush. Whilst researching that I came across a forum post about cleaning your teeth with an electric toothbrush. The user asked the question:
"How do you clean your teeth with an electronic toothbrush without sending the toothpaste flying everywhere?"
At first I thought to myself, what a ridiculous question. Indeed the following post said “try closing your mouth!” I have used a water flosser in the past and read waterpik ultra reviews where people have said that if you don’t close your mouth water gushes out of it but a toothbrush is just common sense.
However as I cleaned my teeth this morning with my favorite oral b electric toothbrush click here and I could not help but think about that post as I looked at the colgate toothpaste dribble on my jumper. I had started with the brush in my mouth before I turned it on. I had closed my mouth as best I could when running a vibrating device over my teeth. I even turned off the toothbrush in my mouth before taking it out yet here I was with toothpaste on my jumper.
The most annoying thing about it, is that it is a nightmare to get toothpaste off a top without washing it. So now here I am with toothpaste on my top thinking that maybe that wasn’t such a stupid question after all and perhaps I should post a response to that mans post pointing out that it is not as stupid as it sounds.
But I won’t. Who wants to be trolled over a toothpaste comment!