Our best advice is to make sure you keep your toothbrush dry. Bamboo is a natural product, which means it can develop mold, especially in bathrooms where it can become hot and steamy.
We sure do!
1. Simply pluck the bristles of your
toothbrush with your pliers.
2. Don’t try to pull too many in one go.
3. We recommend making a slight rolling movement when pulling.
Note: You can recycle the bristles, but it’s best to check with your local
recycling center first. Then you’re ready to either compost or reuse your bamboo handle!
Here are some of our favorite ways to
reuse your old toothbrush
Make a garden marker
You will need to remove the bristles first. Then, simply write the name of the plant or the herbs in the handle and stick it into the soil.
Create arts and crafts
Can be used in replacements of popsicle sticks for all your kids' awesome, ahem, school projects.
Clean small stuff
Before plucking the bristles you can use it to clean keyboards, around faucet, jewelry, clothing stains, scrub shoes., etc.
Of course! Since we love all animals so much, we would never steal from their food source.
Pandas rely on Pseudosasa japonica (arrow bamboo), although they have been known to also eat Phyllostachys nigra (black bamboo) and Phyllostachys bissetii (bissetii bamboo).
The bamboos we use are called MOSO (Phyllostachys edulis) and TÙC, and they are not varieties pandas eat.
My son loves these, they are easy, convenient and they taste great. I love that they are flouride free but provide an alternative with nanohydoxyapatate for remineralization!
I have now placed two orders! I love the tanit tabs toothpaste! I order the charcoal one and the second time they had run out of the packaging for the charcoal one and sent them I. The mint packaging with a note stating why!!! I really liked that!
My kids love these toothpaste tablets!
Bon goût et super fraîcheur. Parfait pour sauver du plastique mais aussi pour le voyage.