Rinser Toothbrush Has Built-In Fountain That Shoots Water Into Your Mouth
Date Published: 02/15/2017 11:02 AM
Sometimes leaning all the way down to the stream of water coming from you faucet after brushing your teeth is just too much work so I just leave my mouth filled with toothpaste residue. Fortunately, someone has made an invention that brilliantly uses the body of the toothbrush to squirt water upwards for you to rinse your mouth out.
Called the Rinser Toothbrush, the device features an opening just below the bristles of the brush where you point the water coming from your faucet, and using some unique engineering, it squirts the water like a fountain upward around 6-7 inches for you to suck up into your mouth for rinsing.
Perfect for kids to have a little fun while brushing their teeth, or for seniors or the disabled that can't reach all the way down to the faucet to rinse their mouth out, the fountain toothbrush even does away with having to use a cup to collect water every-time you brush your teeth.
The rinsing fountain toothbrush has replaceable heads so you don't have to buy a new one when the bristles start to wear out, you can simply pop-out the head of the brush and put in a new one. It even comes with one replacement head.
Check out the Rinser Toothbrush in action via the video below.