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'Animals' Keep Germs Away From Kids' Toothbrushes
Date:4/7/2010

The Centers for Disease Control advise that even after being rinsed visibly clean, toothbrushes can remain contaminated with potentially pathogenic organisms. Children are exposed to more germs now than in the past decades and parents are seeking ways and means to reduce the risk of exposure and infection. DrTung’s new kids’ snap-on toothbrush sanitizer uses lions and pandas to ‘eat away’ germs! This seemingly simple device snaps-on over the toothbrush head and releases antibacterial vapors from natural essential oils onto the bristles to kill germs. So children are not exposed to unnatural, harsh chemicals, plus, the sanitizer is 100% biodegradable when discarded.

Honolulu, Hawaii (Vocus) April 7, 2010 -- The Centers for Disease Control advise that even after being rinsed visibly clean, toothbrushes can remain contaminated with potentially pathogenic organisms.

With children being exposed to more germs now than in the past decades - and with germs seeming more resistant than ever - parents would do well to find ways and means to reduce the risk of exposure and infection. In fact, if a child has a cold or flu for example, germs on the toothbrush could make the ailment last longer. (The contaminated toothbrush may keep on reinfecting the child every time he or she begins the daily toothbrushing process.)

Who would have thought that ‘wild animals’ could serve to sanitize your child’s toothbrush?

Dr. Tung’s Products, a leader is natural oral care products, had recently released its kids’ snap-on toothbrush sanitizer, with lions and pandas to ‘eat away’ germs!

This seemingly simple device snaps-on over the toothbrush head and releases antibacterial vapors onto the bristles. The best part is that the sanitizer uses a proprietary blend of only natural essential oils to do the germ-killing, so children are not exposed to unnatural, harsh chemicals.

And when the sanitizer comes to the end of its useful life it blends back into the ‘jungle’ environment with an extremely small footprint! According to DrTung’s, the complete unit is 100% biodegradable and will turn into biomass within 1-5 years.

With its low price point - around $5 for a set of two - DrTung’s Kids’ Snap-On Sanitizer should be on every kid’s toothbrush to make them and their parents smile.

It will soon be available in leading health stores, natural supermarkets such as Whole Foods, and specialty stores like Bed, Bath & Beyond.

ABOUT DR. TUNG’S PRODUCTS
Dr. Tung’s Products has been making more effective, natural oral care products since 1997. Products include the best-selling Dr. Tung’s Stainless Steel Tongue Cleaner, Snap-On Toothbrush Sanitizer, Smart Floss® and the Ionic Toothbrush.

Contact Information:
Colin Davis
Dr. Tung’s Products    
tel: 808 239 5799
www.drtungs.com

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