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Did anyone use Colgate ZigZag Black Medium Tooth Brush (Pack of 5)?

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If yes, how is it? Some reviewers said good, others said theyre hard as rocks.
I wanted to buy a combo deal and these toothbrushes are in the offer. So I really want to know if they’re really bad or atleast ok type…

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its very hard . Try colgate charcoal brush but doesnt last long

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Pls avoid them if you care about your teeth and gum. All my dentist suggested me soft bristles only. If you like zigzag, go with the sensitive variant, that also comes in 3+1/ 2+1 combo deal.

https://www.amazon.in/Colgate-Sensitive-Toothbr...

https://www.amazon.in/Colgate-Sensitive-Toothbr...

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Toothbrushes are Duds Nowadays.
Better use your finger
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Common-man wrote:

Toothbrushes are Duds Nowadays.
Better use your finger
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My grandparents used thin neem branches and coal from certain burnt plants… maybe I should do that too then

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deb3l wrote:

Pls avoid them if you care about your teeth and gum. All my dentist suggested me soft bristles only. If you like zigzag, go with the sensitive variant, that also comes in 3+1/ 2+1 combo deal.

https://www.amazon.in/Colgate-Sensitive-Toothbr...

https://www.amazon.in/Colgate-Sensitive-Toothbr...

Thanks for the suggestion. I cancelled the subscription.

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rini50 wrote:

My grandparents used thin neem branches and coal from certain burnt plants… maybe I should do that too then

Yeah my mother keeps telling me the same, but it’s impossible for me to get used to that. How the heck does one feel fresh after that, I mean those neem branches doesn’t even cover you teeth anywhere near fully!

Anyway, do suggest some good brushes if available, which is good for teeth. Regardless of price.

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Simbha3 wrote:

its very hard . Try colgate charcoal brush but doesnt last long

Thats very soft.. more like girly brush they should call it..

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Common-man wrote:

Toothbrushes are Duds Nowadays.
Better use your finger
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After a while you wont even have to brush, having no teeth.. So seems to be the best long term saver..

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alienteck wrote:

Thats very soft.. more like girly brush they should call it..

That’s is good for you .

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Simbha3 wrote:

That’s is good for you .

Are you brushing your teeth or giving it a massage?? rage

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alienteck wrote:

Are you brushing your teeth or giving it a massage?? rage

Brushing sir . Soft bristles are enough to remove the layer of bacteria from teeth . Hard/medium bristles can do damage to enamel layer and root area .

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rini50 wrote:

My grandparents used thin neem branches and coal from certain burnt plants… maybe I should do that too then

Yes why not.
There’s nothing wrong in that,
+++better than the advertised hype about tooth pastes and brushes.

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alienteck wrote:

After a while you wont even have to brush, having no teeth.. So seems to be the best long term saver..

Who said you that.

Ask your grandparents if you have the opportunity to ask them.

Indian techniques are the best , but aggressive advertising and misinformation killed our good things and we started following the Glamorous Faux world .

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