Kids Spinbrush My Way Review And Coupon

Arm & Hammer Kids Spinbrush My Way toothbrush is a hit in my house. With an 11 year old girl who dislikes brushing her teeth and needs reminders two times a day, I’m always looking for something to make her commit to keeping her teeth clean.

Sammi’s at the age where character toothbrushes are no longer her style and kid’s toothpaste only goes so far. She has been asking for a powered toothbrush, but I don’t want to spend the money on one that will just sit there. The Spinbrush My Way is battery powered and just $6.99 (MRSP). It even includes two AAA batteries.

My Review: Having the ability to decorate the Spinbrush the way my daughter likes is a huge plus. She customized it to her taste using the included 140 stickers. I find her brushing longer and correctly by moving the toothbrush around her mouth while it spins. She’s even shown it off to her friends! The small brush head is a huge plus because my daughter has a small mouth and the price fits my budget. The only downfall is that you can’t replace the brush heads for this type of Spinbrush, but you can remove them and clean them.

Buy It: You can find Kids Spinbrush My Way in almost any drug store, big box stores and even grocery stores. You can also purchase Spin Brush Kids My Way – 1 Pack on Amazon.com.

Discount: Get a coupon for $2 off your purchase of a Spinbrush My Way toothbrush.

Disclosure: I was provided with a Spinbrush My Way toothbrush in order to complete my review. All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. Dude you are a god. Awesome article

  2. LOL!!!

  3. Isn’t she a little bit old to be excited about decorating a toothbrush? I would think that this toothbrush would be a hit with the five-year-olds, but not so much with the eleven-year-olds. Having to be asked to brush your teeth because you don’t want to (or forget to) is a problem, too.
    Don’t you think that she’s a little too old for these things?
    However, I have to say, you did a good job as a mother. You did what you had to so that your kid could keep her teeth clean and have fun with it. This was a nice article over-all.

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