How to Prevent A Toothbrush Terror!

How to Prevent A Toothbrush Terror!



Is Your Terrifying Toothbrush Keeping You Up At Night? 

According to researchers at the University of Manchester your toothbrush is a germ magnet. More than 100 million bacteria can hide between those bristles any night of the week. We have the bacteria-busting solution you’ve been looking for, O3waterworks Sanitizing Spray Bottle. We believe that the only thing that should be sending chills up your spine this time of year is the weather. O3waterworks has harnessed the powerful sanitizing properties of Aqueous Ozone in a rechargeable spray bottle so that you can eliminate 99.9% of common bacteria such as E.coli and staph before they get anywhere near your pearly whites.* 

Ozone, The Tooth Fairy’s Best Friend 

Aqueous Ozone has been used as a sanitizer for over 100 years. This magical bacteria basher is the product of three loosely bound oxygen atoms releasing an oxygen ion which when combined with water sanitizes every non-porous surface on sight, including your toothbrush. O3waterworks Sanitizing Spray Bottle produces Aqueous Ozone every time you pull the trigger and gives you peace of mind. Without getting too graphic, your toothbrush typically lives on your bathroom sink. Do you know what else is in that bathroom? Your toilet, and every time it flushes bacteria is released into the air. Needless to say, it’s time to spray! 

Tips for the Tooth Trade

  1. Before you touch your teeth, spray down that toothbrush with our Sanitizing Spray Bottle and wait 30 seconds for the magic to happen.
  2. After you spritz, brush those chompers for 2 minutes, it’s the ADA way (American Dental Association, that is).
  3. Let your toothbrush dry completely in between scrubs to further battle bacteria and bad breath.
  4. Smile!



*SB100HD Spray Bottle Testing Results Using Modified AOAC 961.02 ProtocolAll testing done at Lapuck Laboratories, Canton, Mass., following the directions for use in the SB100HD manual. All tests were done on non-porous stainless-steel surfaces.

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