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Can I Recycle my Plastic Toothbrush?

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Because plastic toothbrushes use multiple types of plastic they can’t be recycled without being separated. And most drugstore disposable toothbrushes have different plastic fused together which is also a problem.

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Sustainable Living: A Beginners Guide

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Let me start by saying this: the movement towards more sustainable products is great. Over the few years I’ve been building Grin toothbrush, I’ve noticed a real change in people’s willingness to try, new, eco products.

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5 Tips to Keeping your Toothbrush Clean

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Wondering how to keep your toothbrush sanitary? Here are 5 easy ways to keep your toothbrush clean.

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Grin Toothbrush + 350.org

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350.org is standing up to the fossil fuel industry to stop all new coal, oil and gas projects and build clean energy for all. Learn more about Grin toothbrush and 350.org here.

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Grin vs Colgate – What's the Best Toothbrush?

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In this post I’m comparing Grin toothbrush with a disposable toothbrush from Colgate called the ‘Slim Soft’. The four criteria are efficacy, price, design and convenience.

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Grin Toothbrush + One Tree Planted

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Grin toothbrush is thrilled to partner with One Tree Planted, a Vermont based non-profit that plants trees all over the world for only $1 per tree. Read more or visit their website to learn more.

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Shipping your Grin Toothbrush – Sustainability vs. Speed

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We ship your Grin toothbrush using standard letter mail. It make take a bit longer, but it’s much better for the planet than express post or couriers. It also costs way less, so everyone wins. We appreciate your patience and love your support for Grin toothbrush. 

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Grin Toothbrush + Save the Children

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Grin is very proud to be able to donate $1 from every Red Grin toothbrush sold to Save the Children, a great charitable organization that is working to help children in need all over the world.

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Grin Tip: Eco Friendly Products for the Kitchen

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I don’t know about you, but the amount of plastic waste involved in making meals drives me crazy.

It seems like no matter how hard we try to reduce our use of single use plastics—and plastics in general—our garbage fills up with plastics at meal times.

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Aluminum handle = Eco Friendly Toothbrush

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Why did we make Grin's toothbrush handle out of aluminum?

Grin was created to make a toothbrush that uses less plastic. That’s it. That was the starting point. Less plastic in the toothbrush and less plastic in the packaging.

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