Oral-B Brush-ups, Textured Teeth Wipes, 12 wipes
- A revolutionary new portable oral care product designed to keep your breath fresh and your teeth clean while on-the-go
- An essential for your handbag or wallet
- 12 individually packaged units within the retail package
- Completely sanitary, proprietary materials prevent moisture from passing from your mouth onto the finger and vice versa
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My son thought it was really great to see the food particles that came off his teeth, but I was impressed with the ease of use and the fact that he liked using these.
I am on my fifth package at this point. The price is a bit high for only twelve, and I wish they contained more. Every day my son gets one in his backpack and he is not embarassed to use at the cafateria.
The texture is not bad on the teeth, it just slides on your finger and swipe away. It even works on dentures. There is a slight mint flavor afterwards, so it is a two in one product basically with leaving a fresh scent in your mouth.
They are textured fabric sleeves that fit over your finger. Since there are no bristles, they're not going to get stuff in between your teeth as a toothpick would. However, they're good at freshening your breath and getting "just brushed" feel to your teeth.
Also, they are soooo small. They come in a foil pouch and are very thin. You can keep a pair in your wallet and not even know they are there.
They're expensive enough I wouldn't use them everyday (I keep a toothbrush in my desk for daily use) but there are enough scenarios I could imagine them for - Freshen your breath and mouth just before important presentations, late night after clubbing, just before a date, after a meal on the road - times when you're not likely to have brought a toothbrush and toothpaste.
There's a new product out which I have also tried, - Colgate Wisp.
Colgate Wisp Peppermint, 16-Count (Pack of 2)
They cost about 50% more (about $0.50 instead of $0.30) but I don't think I'd recommend these based on my experience. (see my review there) They're so big you might as well get a travel toothbrush...)
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Nothing like it on the market now, I have looked hard.
I tried these over a 2 month period (I bought quite a few of them on sale) & I was underwhelmed. The first go-round I found little bits of gunk stuck in my teeth, which made me have to rinse my teeth out liberally afterwards & floss. After I rinsed my teeth out well beforehand, I had better results.
I'd recommend these for when you want to get a bit of a fresher breath during work but haven't had a meal or anything. If you've drank some coffee & want to avoid the coffee stench afterwards, this is the thing for you. Otherwise you'd be better off just brushing & flossing as normal.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In addition to the other positive comments, I'd add this. Use these after your morning coffee to combat the staining effect,Published 13 months ago by Vigilant Consumer
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THE BRUSH-UPS FOR A LONG TIME AND JUST FOUND THEM TODAY THEY ARE WONDERFUL WHEN TRAVELING.Published 16 months ago by LORI
I like them okay they're just not what I expected, I was looking for them to have a different texture but I love the fact they are mint flavor and probably what I'm fixing to say... Read morePublished on July 3, 2010 by CherylDennis
I've noticed that a lot of the people who like these have children who are actually willing to use them because of the novelty. I really can't argue with that point. Read morePublished on May 22, 2009 by Michelf
Oral B Brush Ups I love these, these are great for quickly polishing and whitening your teeth (especially after a thorough flossing and brushing with a Sonicare). Read morePublished on February 11, 2008 by Felis libris
This product is really bad. The main problem is that the "brush up" hardly brushes at all. There is no difference here from just rubbing your teeth with anything. Read morePublished on January 22, 2006 by The Alchemist