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Archtek Toothpaste Tablet Mint (60)
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- These great tasting, chewable Toothpaste Tablets aren't liquid or paste, so they can be carried on planes without taking up room in your 3-1-1-kit.
- Just chew, brush, and go - Toothpaste Tablets leave your mouth fresh and feeling squeaky clean with no more mess in drawers, on counters, or in the sink
- Fresh mint flavor
- The recyclable plastic bottle helps keep some of the 560 million toothpaste tubes discarded every year out of landfills
- 60 tablets per bottle
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Chew, brush, go! Travel-friendly Toothpaste Tablets are lightweight, more sanitary than toothpaste and the packaging is recyclable. Less mess, less weight, more green, more sanitary. Natural cranberry extract reduces plaque and Xylitol reduces cavities. Great mint flavor. Perfect for campers, hikers, boaters, etc. Single unit doses make Archtek's Toothpaste Tablets a great addition to your next trip!
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 1.4 x 0.9 inches; 0.16 Ounces
- Item model number : LIB113000
- Department : Archtek
- Date First Available : July 6, 2010
- Manufacturer : Archtek
- ASIN : B003UY1NMW
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- #711 in Toothpaste
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(I also experimented with bars of shampoo and conditioner on this trip and have managed to eliminate all liquids. I did miss cologne and managed to get some free samples in Spain.)
After I returned, I found these toothpaste (?) tablets and am using them now while visiting Venezuela. They work great. I hate to repeat what others have said but chew, salivate, brush, and spit is all it takes.
I'm going to try cutting them in half (per another reviewer) as I found I do a lot of spitting. I had 14 tablets in a teeny round container. See photo with a standard-sized toothbrush.
The tablets are easier and cleaner to transport than the tooth powder. Space-wise the powder would probably take up less space for extended trips. I will probably take tablets on my next trip with some of the powder form in a mini-zip as backup.
The taste is pretty good, actually. I don't like anything overly minty, but these were very palatable. I tested one out at home by chewing it up with a fairly dry mouth, and they dispersed quickly. While not quite as gritty as the consistency of regular toothpaste, they left my teeth clean and my breath quite fresh.
I placed 7 of these into a very small 1"x1" ziploc-style baggie and they fit perfectly in my Zpacks toothbrush case with the toothbrush itself. These tablets will make resupplying very easy, and they save me a few grams.
I did appreciate the space that this freed up in my TSA liquids bag. I think from now on I'll just fly without toothpaste and then buy a travel-sized tube of the usual stuff after landing.