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Thread: Natural Bristle/Handle Toothbrushes?

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    Wink Natural Bristle/Handle Toothbrushes?

    Hello all!

    I'm interested in what y'all think of natural bristle (boar or badger) toothbrushes with natural handles (wood):
    eDentalStuff: http://tinyurl.com/p3vn9
    Caswell-Massey: http://tinyurl.com/m9vhc
    HomeDental: http://tinyurl.com/mohvt
    Squeaky Monroe: http://tinyurl.com/qyvp8

    I'm NOT interested in information on SWISSCO toothbrushes. I bought one from ClassicShaving and that brush, even though it works well, leaves behind at least three-hairs each time I brush.

    More information on natural bristle toothbrushes can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/rco2q

    C'yas!
    ~Tim
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    Why did you leave me here all alone?
    I searched the world over,
    And thought I found true love.
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    Phht! you were gone -Buck Owens & Archie Campbell

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    Nice subject. I wanted to try these and actually have a few bone handle ones I have yet to use. Looks like I need to stay away from the Classic Shaving version.

    Tony
    The Heirloom Razor Strop Company www.thewellshavedgentleman.com

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    Thumbs down

    Neither the wife or I are real happy with our Swissco brushes from Classicshaving.com.
    Mike

    If I smell better than my wife I win.

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    Cool

    Here's some more information:
    http://tinyurl.com/mohvt

    I think I'll go for the one from Caswell-Massey. I'll also put in an order for some Tom's of Maine toothpaste, mouthwash and Dr. Tung's Smart Floss, as well as a Floss-Boss flosser!

    Bytheway, once I get in my Tom's toothpaste, I'll likely be putting up my Marvis toothpaste tubes for sale, if anyone's interested.

    ~Tim
    Last edited by AceHarddrive; 09-03-2006 at 12:32 PM.
    Where, oh where, are you tonight?
    Why did you leave me here all alone?
    I searched the world over,
    And thought I found true love.
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    I've used natural and synthetic and honestly I don't see the difference except in price. They both get the job done so I go with the cheaper one - synthetic.

    Chris

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    I use a Kent Classic toothbrush which looks great in the bathroom. It's probably not worth the 11 or so but most of the luxury shaving gear we all enjoy isn't cheap.

    It cleans the teeth and looks far better than the plastic ones so i'll stick with the bristle.
    Cheers
    John

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    I just tried my fuchs bristle toothbrush today, it was very nice. I wasn't expecting much from it, but it was very scrubby. With this thing, you know your teeth are getting cleaned.
    John

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    Cool

    According to the reviews I have seen, the Number One toothbrush is the Oral-B CrossAction Vitalizer; the Number One toothpaste is Colgate Total; the Number One floss is Crest Glide Deep Clean.

    ~Tim
    Where, oh where, are you tonight?
    Why did you leave me here all alone?
    I searched the world over,
    And thought I found true love.
    You met another and
    Phht! you were gone -Buck Owens & Archie Campbell

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    Wow! I have been looking for these all over! Thank you!
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