I've discovered a little something that makes a big difference as I brush my teeth.
First, some background: I don't like many toothpastes; mint and I are not always on speaking terms. In addition, I have a rather overambitious gag reflex, which requires delicate introduction of foaming cleansers, particularly to those hard-to-reach back teeth.
With these points in mind, may I present my recently acquired knowledge?
Squirting the toothpaste on the brush before you get it wet increases the foam-factor and allows you to use less paste with no drop in overall cleanliness.
Really, I'm just trying to save you all some money.
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