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Walmart had been doing this for decades, pushing down the price of paper towels, toothbrushes, avocados and now robotic monkeys, in order to sell as many as possible.
Wal-Mart had been doing this for decades — pushing down the price of paper towels, toothbrushes, avocados and now robotic monkeys, to sell as many as possible.
Items included graphic calculators, power tools, vacuum cleaners, designer purses, Fitbit activity trackers and electric toothbrushes.
If James Bond had an electric toothbrush, this would be it.
The first vending machine launched this month in a shopping center in Nottingham, stocked full of supplies like water, fresh fruit, energy bars, chips and sandwiches, as well as socks, toothpaste, toothbrushes and even books.
Europe’s manufacturers hope to sell toothbrushes and marble to Mexico’s growing middle class.
In past years, airlines have offered $25 or $50 to buy a toothbrush and toiletries, but that is no longer acceptable (the U.S. DOT has heavily fined airlines, both domestic and foreign-owned, for this practice).
If the sponge just isn't doing the trick, a coarse brush (a stainless-steel brush or old toothbrush will work) can help get those stubborn bits out.
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