For years, I sawed away with manual toothbrushes. Simple, easy, inexpensive, got the job done. Then along came battery powered toothbrushes. I upgraded and got subsequently pickier about the unique qualities of each toothbrush. Does it vibrate or rotate? How much muscle am I still expected to put in? Replacement heads available? Battery powered or rechargeable? Why the stunning range in price?
This perfectly good toothbrush lights up for two minutes so you can brush long enough each time. Except for some reason it doesn’t. The lights come on and then flicker off, the toothbrush spins and then sighs and stops. You can’t replace the batteries. It irritated me and yet somehow didn’t make it out of the bathroom. Send it away Saturday!
How’s your toothbrush collection looking? Are there any old brushes lingering around pretending they’re going to help you clean the grout?
Do you feel like you missed the day they taught Organizing 101?
Call Lucy Kelly at (720) 526-2114. I’ll help you get organized and stay organized!
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