Brush and go

June 23, 2010
BRUSH N' GO can help make the brushing process quick, sanitary, and convenient.

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania--An inventor from Englewood, Fla., has designed a toothpaste dispenser that can help make the brushing process quick, sanitary, convenient.

In the average household, toothpaste tubes often lie uncaped on the bathroom vanity, where they can be exposed to contaminants from many sources. Toothpaste tubes also are prone to dripping and make it difficult to dispense the product in a controlled, no-waste manner. The BRUSH N' GO is designed to resolve these issues.

The invention allows for one-handed dispensing of toothpaste with minimal mess and little waste. Also designed to provide enhanced cleanliness, the accessory is convenient to pack for travel. It is offered in adult and children's sizes.

Personal experiences and observations motivated the inventor to design this accessory. The original design was submitted to the Hollywood office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.

For more information, write Dept. 08-HLW-393, InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, or call (412) 288-1300, ext. 1368.

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