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Would You Use A Recycled Toothbrush?

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Vitacare is a new line of eco-friendly toothbrushes. They're made from recycled plastic materials from stuff like yogurt containers and ketchup bottles. While they're clearly good for the earth, will germophobes be able to deal with putting something recycled into their mouths?

Poll results

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