Three-in-one dental-hygiene product

Bulky packages of dental products can be a clumsy nuisance when you are traveling. So Barbara Basile and Matt Bottinger invented the Rush Brush, a three-in-one dental hygiene product that combines a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a mouthwash dispenser in one effective travel brush. The product is made of durable plastic and features a unique double chamber for storing two kinds of toothpaste inside the toothbrush handle.

Sep 1st, 1999

Bulky packages of dental products can be a clumsy nuisance when you are traveling. So Barbara Basile and Matt Bottinger invented the Rush Brush, a three-in-one dental hygiene product that combines a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a mouthwash dispenser in one effective travel brush. The product is made of durable plastic and features a unique double chamber for storing two kinds of toothpaste inside the toothbrush handle.

How does it work? The user simply turns the twist pump on the end of the Rush Brush handle. A one-way, pressure-activated valve then channels toothpaste directly to the bristles - without any waste. Each of the chambers features a clear window that allows users to see how much toothpaste is left. In addition, users can turn the Rush Brush upside down to dispense mouthwash through a handy spray pump in the handle.

The Rush Brush is a compact, personal-hygiene device, great for taking care of dental needs while traveling by car, train, or airplane.

Visit the Rush Brush Web site at www.ipmg-inc.com/1343bb/index.html.

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