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2-Count Reach Crystal Clean Firm Value Pack Adult Toothbrushes EXPIRED

Dorylus 601 7,425 July 8, 2016 at 11:58 AM in Toothpaste & Toothbrushes (9) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 07-08-2016 by qwikwit at 03:54 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 2-Count Reach Crystal Clean Firm Value Pack Adult Toothbrushes on sale for $1.33 after "clipped" 20% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when signed into Amazon) and checking out via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks Dorylus

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You may save an additional 15% off on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month. -qwikwit

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Edited July 8, 2016 at 12:16 PM by jersharocks
Clip 20% coupon and checkout with Subscribe & Save - $1.15 with 5 subs.

https://www.amazon.com/Reach-Crystal-Clean-Value-Toothbrushes/dp/B00GB859FQ/ [amazon.com]
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That's just what she tells you to make you feel better.
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Firm. She won't like it.
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Firm. She won't like it.
That's just what she tells you to make you feel better.
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Perfect! I needed 1 more for this month and wanted something cheap but useful. This will work nicely!
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Soft toothbrushes are better for your gums.
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One more S&S for my 15% savings. Big Grin
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Soft toothbrushes are better for your gums.
& they are completely irrelevant to the effectiveness of cleaning teeth, you would have to look at the tooth brush under a microscope to check its effectiveness....
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$1.25 @ 15% discount for me (TAX). Thanks!
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op must visit jungle deals blog
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ordered 3 , thanks
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was going to buy, but read up on why firm brushes aren't recommended... i guess i'll just be safe and stick with medium...
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Quote from HadiH2984 View Post :
& they are completely irrelevant to the effectiveness of cleaning teeth, you would have to look at the tooth brush under a microscope to check its effectiveness....
false, jnads is correct. passing on this just because it's firm. others, enjoy your cheap toothbrushes and large future dental bills.
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Soft toothbrushes are better for your gums.
Soft or Sensitive bristles are safest for your gums. Many people brush too hard the firm bristles can cause recession of the gums.

It is pretty amazing that dental companies still sell toothbrushes with firm or medium bristles. Might be good for cleaning your car's rims, but that is about it.
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was going to buy, but read up on why firm brushes aren't recommended... i guess i'll just be safe and stick with medium...
go with soft or sensitive. Safer
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