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Nada brush heads use ~90% less plastic than disposables. Return them in the self-addressed envelope to be completely recycled.
Refer four friends and we’ll send you four free brush heads—enough to last a year. Nothing like free (eco-friendly) stuff, am I right?
Simon was very helpful with my mixed order. awaiting the new new handle. thanks
I've been using Nada for almost a year now and I'm very satisfied with it. The handle has a nice clean design that feels modern but not out of place. The heads themself have soft bristles that feel very good on your teeth and gums. The built-in tongue scraper is a nice touch as well.
I really like the weight of this toothbrush. It feels like something I will have for a long time and that makes sense to me. Brush softness is perfect. And just got an all clear at the dentist, so it must be working alright!
My husband is a heavy handed brusher. He wouldn't discard them routinely and if he did, he would probably be throwing out 4-5 full toothbrushes a year. I tried switching him to bamboo ones, but the bristles broke apart too quickly for him. Thank goodness I came across Nada (previously Grin) toothbrushes and replaceable heads. We both love them and the recycle program. I've recommend Nada to my friends.
Our household has been Grin toothbrush users, and when they changed to Nada, we stuck with them. When our little boy was ready for his own bristle toothbrush we got him the kids version and he loves having a toothbrush that looks just like Mom's and Dad's!
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To date, our customers have prevented more than 70,000 disposable toothbrushes from ending up in our landfill or oceans.