Have you ever stopped to notice which tasks you do every day with which hand? I am a lefty when it comes to writing; I bat, catch and throw righty.
Normally I shave and brush my teeth using my left hand to hold the razor and toothbrush.
This week, I decided to change it up, using my right hand for each of those tasks. Surprisingly, it was fairly easy to shave with my right hand, but it was quite difficult to brush my teeth righty.
Give this exercise a shot. You know you want to. Let me know how it goes.
This toothbrush was a replacement I picked up a couple of weeks ago. It is the first toothbrush I’ve ever owned with a tongue cleaner on the back of the head.
There is a small section of raised rubber bumps and points which you can scrub your tongue with, giving it a nice massage while cleaning it off.
Nice addition to an age-old product. It is probably not the first time such a brush has been made, but it was new to me. I definitely enjoy the added value and cleaner mouth!
At this point, does this tool need to be called a “mouth cleaner” rather than just a “tooth brush”?