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General Spinbrush Information

How is my Spinbrush different from other brushes?

Your Spinbrush battery-powered toothbrush provides the benefits of an electric toothbrush at an affordable price. Our testing shows that the Spinbrush Pro Series, Sonic and Swirl remove more plaque than ordinary manual toothbrushes* and kids brush 38% longer when using a Spinbrush™ battery powered toothbrush vs. using an ordinary manual brush.*

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Does my Spinbrush really spin?

There's a great reason Spinbrush doesn't rotate all the way around. The head oscillates back and forth because circling in the same direction would cause Spinbrush bristles to lean to one side. What’s more, a back-and-forth spinning motion helps extend the life of the bristles and provide a better cleaning.

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What is the bristle softness of my Spinbrush?

Spinbrush for Kids features a combination of both soft and medium bristles. Spinbrush ProClean and Pro Whitening are available with either soft or medium bristles. ProClean Recharge is available in soft.

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Do you make a replaceable Spinbrush head with hard bristles?

All our replacement heads are only available up to a medium stiffness. We've developed the Spinbrush to help you thoroughly clean your teeth. Using a hard bristle brush won't provide better cleaning and may cause gum irritation.

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What are the bristles and body of my Spinbrush made of?

Spinbrush bristles are made of the same nylon that is used in virtually every toothbrush made today. The body of the brush is made of plastic.

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How do I change the batteries?

To change batteries (for all, except Swirl, ProClean Recharge, ProClean SONIC Recharge, and Kids): Hold brush with the brush head pointing downward and the bristles facing to the left. Place thumb on dimple (indent), and press firmly upward. The battery cap should snap open. Replace with fresh alkaline batteries, making sure they are inserted according to diagram.

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