mick66


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Anyone here already use these on a regular basis? I have two coming that were included "free" when I pre ordered the orapup (for dogs) made by the same company. Anyway, I'd like to know how long they last before they need to be replaced.

wootpoop


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JPVINASCO wrote:woot-off is over? so how often they do this? or what days of the week? can anyone tell me how it works?




Apparently the Woot-offs are over and apparently it doesn't really work.

dwijster


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I guess the Mayans were correct. World is ending.

swonder


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I have an Orabrush and it works wonders! I don't use it every day but I'm sure I should. Sometimes, though, the tongue just gets so nasty -- you know what I mean. And this thing brings it back to perfection. Buy this!

nealsharmon


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mick66 wrote:Anyone here already use these on a regular basis? I have two coming that were included "free" when I pre ordered the orapup (for dogs) made by the same company. Anyway, I'd like to know how long they last before they need to be replaced.



They last as long as your toothbrush (3-4 months).

Disclaimer: I work for Orabrush

jahon


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A must have after eating anything with garlic.

cinaynay


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Wyoming and Alaska obviously don't care about their tongues!

nealsharmon


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theguruguys wrote:Going by reviews and popularity, this may be a better option if you need a Tongue Cleaner / Scraper for yourself (one person).



Actually theguruguys, Orabrush is the #1 selling Tongue Cleaner in the USA (AC Nielsen Data).

As for Amazon, going by reviews 4.5/5 stars (you were comparing only the 4 pack, not the main Orabrush item) and the fact that Orabrush has 4 products on the popular list, Orabrush is also the most popular tongue cleaner on Amazon (not to mention Orabrush is sold in CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Kroger, etc).

However, that said, some people prefer the feel of a metal scraper on their tongue. Those people buy that product from the web because they can't get it in retail in the USA.

It's a personal preference. Metal hurts my tongue, but I have a friend from India who swears by the metal tongue scraper.

Orabrush's bristles are designed for the soft surface of the tongue. Its squeegee removes the bacteria and is comfortable on the tongue.

Disclaimer: I work for Orabrush

rgbuetow


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Why is this $12.99? Stupid.

318197


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These aren't refurbished... right?

amyteg1


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"Thank God I can get these tongue-scrapers shipped in time for Christmas!" said nobody. Ever.

jfoust1776


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I bought these just to scrape the Nabi 2 debacle out of my mouth!!! ;-)

lifevirusx


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after you tell them they have a mouth like a hot dumpster

I laughed more at this than I think I should have

Xexus


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The bristles work like a cat's tongue ... if you can fit a cat's head in your mouth, you don't need this.

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moranin


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I'm thrilled to see this product actually exists...it totally validates the existence of one of my favorite bits from British comedy duo Mitchell and Webb on the history of toothbrush marketing (1:00 starts the tongue brushing discussion)

alphaf


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remember to brush the roof of your mouth too!

Profsmokedawg


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This video explains why this product exists.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwhlqRJ8LVA

patreezia


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Ora-Brush has just invented a new tongue-cleaner for dogs! They will be available pretty soon. I ordered some as part of their Kickstarter program. Dogs with nice breath: can you imagine that?

GenMischief


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Give the gift of oral



hygiene this year.






-Jim

spider00x


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12+ dollars for a tongue toothbrush? This defiantly qualifies as a first world issue.

dogcatbird


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foxywhiskers wrote:I really miss the old days of woot!!! Just feels like I'm on Amazon's site these days.



Could not agree more. I look once a month now. Used to hold off sleep every day to see what was next. Alas, even the founder said he wished he kept it private owned. Sad...just sad what it has become. RIP good ole woot! You will be missed.

RadarRon


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Have you smelt Kimchee breath?

RadarRon


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CowboyDann wrote:Thanks woot but I think I'll stick to what I've been using.



If you need peer pressure to help you out, rest assured.

It seems like they have sold over 2 million of these
This product actually looks way better than What I'm using.

Considering leaving the extras on some co-workers desks as a subtle reminder.



Try this again...
Have you smelted Kimchee breath?

kellic


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r0ksana wrote:Someone is about to have the worst Christmas ever!




This is the new lump of coal.

kellic


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RadarRon wrote:Try this again...
Have you smelted Kimchee breath?



O_o

Urk

Oh god....I think I just threw up a bit in my mouth over that thought.

demon00689


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thumperchick wrote:I already have a reach flosser, water pick, electric toothbrush, and antiseptic mouthwash.



You still have a waterpik? What is this, 1997?

demon00689


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spider00x wrote:12+ dollars for a tongue toothbrush? This defiantly qualifies as a first world issue.



Hmm.. did you miss the part where it's a 12-pack?

dogcatbird


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foxywhiskers wrote:I really miss the old days of woot!!! Just feels like I'm on Amazon's site these days.



I posted replying to this agreeing...it got removed. shows you where this has gone. Love freedom of speech.

10ten92


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is this site fake?

www.omgdeal.com

theguruguys


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nealsharmon wrote:Actually theguruguys, Orabrush is the #1 selling Tongue Cleaner in the USA (AC Nielsen Data).

As for Amazon, going by reviews 4.5/5 stars (you were comparing only the 4 pack, not the main Orabrush item) and the fact that Orabrush has 4 products on the popular list, Orabrush is also the most popular tongue cleaner on Amazon (not to mention Orabrush is sold in CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Kroger, etc).

However, that said, some people prefer the feel of a metal scraper on their tongue. Those people buy that product from the web because they can't get it in retail in the USA.

It's a personal preference. Metal hurts my tongue, but I have a friend from India who swears by the metal tongue scraper.

Orabrush's bristles are designed for the soft surface of the tongue. Its squeegee removes the bacteria and is comfortable on the tongue.

Disclaimer: I work for Orabrush



I can see a use for both, and I have not used either so was doing research 'out loud'. I ordered the steel one on Amazon to give a try because it is made to last a long time. I'll buy a smaller pack of Orabrush's locally since they are available and give them a shot to, I just don't have a need for 12 of them at the moment. Actually, I just purchased the Orabrush with Tongue Foam on Amazon.

theguruguys


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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Why are there like five empty lines of space above every comment?

And when I scroll through the Quality Posts on the main listing this happens:



Using Chrome.

jiggersgreen


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CowboyDann wrote:Thanks woot but I think I'll stick to what I've been using.



If you need peer pressure to help you out, rest assured.

It seems like they have sold over 2 million of these
This product actually looks way better than What I'm using.

Considering leaving the extras on some co-workers desks as a subtle reminder.


Available on Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Accoutrements-Dear-Leader-Tongue-Scraper/dp/B004RP1O0O

ThunderThighs


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theguruguys wrote:^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Why are there like five empty lines of space above every comment?

And when I scroll through the Quality Posts on the main listing this happens:



Using Chrome.



My guess is that you have Chrome zoomed in. It does that to me if it's not at 100% zoom.



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