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Use for Electric Toothbrushes

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Even after the brush head is spent and ready to be replaced you can use them for cleaning small areas. An inexpensive brush is a great alternative to a pricey facial scrubber. This is a guide about uses for electric toothbrushes.
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December 3, 2009

Here's an alternative to buying the electronic facial scrubbers like the Wave. You can use a cheap electric toothbrush. Just make sure the bristles are soft, and use the lowest setting.

By carrie from Oakland, CA

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February 5, 2008

Don't toss those old electric toothbrushes if you upgrade to a better model! Just like cleaning with an old manual toothbrush, your old electric toothbrushes can be used as well! I've used mine with fantastic results on grout and caulking stains, cleaning along the edge of base trim, hard to reach areas around faucets, and difficult hard water stains on sensitive surfaces you shouldn't use a pumice stone on. It cuts cleaning time in half!

Don't have an old one? There are a lot of affordable ones on the market now from brands like Crest and Colgate. It's well worth the investment when you see the results and time savings! Are you really brave? Try it out on stubborn toilet stains, you'll be glad you did!

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By Stephanie from Yakima, WA

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February 5, 20080 found this helpful
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This is a good idea. I've used my old electric toothbrush to clean tile grout. It works well and is far less work.

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