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December 14, 2007

ReadyBrush — Deluxe Pre-Pasted Toothbrush

Hopjpi

Genius.

What with the annoying, ever-changing TSA regulations regarding toothpaste, gels, liquids and aerosols, I decided to simply stop taking them along on flights.

Hotel soap and shampoo might not be what I use at home but so what?

And you can buy toothpaste and shaving cream 24/7 either at your destination airport or most hotels nowadays.

Last week when I found myself in Albany, New York, I waited until I checked in to ask at the desk if they had any toothpaste and shaving cream.

The clerk bent down, opened a cabinet and pulled out a couple of the pre-pasted toothbrushes pictured up top along with some single-use packets of shaving lotion.

The toothbrushes worked great, the shaving lotion was horrible.

Anyway.

Once I got home I thought, why not bring my own ready-to-use toothbrushes from now on?

And so here we are.

From the website:

    ReadyBrush™ — Deluxe Pre-Pasted Toothbrush

    Can't take toothpaste on an airplane?

    Pre-pasted ReadyBrush toothbrushes solve the problem.

    They are treated with dry powdered toothpaste which is activated when they get wet.

    No liquids or gels to worry about — no need to put it in a zipper bag to carry it on an airplane!

    And you can feel confident about purchasing ReadyBrush because every ingredient and component of the brush is made in the USA.

    ReadyBrush is the best pre-pasted disposable toothbrush on the market today.

    This deluxe, upscale toothbrush has one application of real toothpaste powder bonded right in to the bristles at a molecular level, so it's never flaky.

    The soft, high-quality DuPont bristles gently clean your teeth.

    Gripper bumps are built into the handle for extra comfort.

    Fully complies with the new airline regulations and restrictions.

    The toothpaste has a nice fresh minty taste.

    In fact, this toothbrush is so well-made, you'll hate to throw it out — and you don't have to.

    You can re-use it with any type of toothpaste for a month or two.

    Each ReadyBrush is individually foil packaged.

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$1.10 apiece.

Now, on to solving the shaving problem.

Where's my crack research team when I need them, anyway?

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Posted by: Rocketboy | Jun 9, 2009 7:04:45 AM

Just don't eat.

Posted by: Flautist | Dec 14, 2007 7:07:03 PM

For a single overnight, put lots of toothpaste on your toothbrush and put it in your case. Scape some off at night for morning brush and you're good to go.

Shaving? Buy an electric shaver.

Or use the hotel lotion or conditioner to shave with, works as good as shaving cream.

Posted by: MamaPajama | Dec 14, 2007 5:43:22 PM

Powder toothpaste and shaving powder is kicking it old school, Canastoga style. You could just by the powder, http://www.amazon.com/Toothfresh-Powdered-Toothpaste-Peppermint-Packet/dp/B000IBWAR2

Posted by: Al | Dec 14, 2007 11:51:23 AM

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