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Orabrush Tongue Cleaners

$10 for a Four-Pack of Orabrush Tongue Cleaners ($21.99 Value). Shipping Included.

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Q:

I am trying to purchase this and it won't let me. It does not say it has sold out. My credit card info is up-to-date. Is something wrong with the website? Thx - Kathleen K.

Kathleen K.  asked on  Jun 18, 2012

A:

I've noticed that Groupon.com has been having some issues this morning. Did you ever get it to work last night? Hopefully someone from Groupon will respond to you.

Neal O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 18, 2012

Q:

can u tell me why this is better or whats the difference if i just use my tooth brush to scrap my tongue..?

John L.  asked on  Jun 18, 2012

A:

A toothbrush is made to clean your teeth. The bristles are tufted into the base of the toothbrush head and the ends of the bristles are either flat or slightly rounded. These types of bristles will remove the material that sticks to the surface of the teeth. Your tongue is very soft and tender and the surface is uneven. A toothbrush will remove the top layer of bacteria but will not reach down and remove the bacteria growing in the indentations of the tongue. Applying pressure on the toothbrush may cause harm to the tender tongue surface. Orabrush bristles are individual, pliable, pointed and soft. These specialized bristles will reach down into the indentations of the tongue and loosen and remove the bacteria growing there.

Neal O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 18, 2012

Q:

Its available on Amazon for 13.49. I wish you have given a better deal.

Khumi k.  asked on  Jun 17, 2012

A:

Amazon sets its own pricing. As you can see on our website, we've been selling it for $19.99 http://www.orabrush.com/store/eng/buy/orabrush-tongue-cleaner-4-multipack.html This Groupon is a great deal, especially considering free shipping.

Neal O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 17, 2012

Q:

I know this is for a 4 pack but do you know how long one of these lasts ?

Debbie S.  asked on  Jun 16, 2012

A:

We recommend replacing it with your toothbrush (or every 3-4 months). Replace Your Orabrush Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjpcVZ_DrgI

Neal O.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jun 17, 2012

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