[ULU] ULU Kids Brush Kit
The ULU Kids Brush Kit makes brushing fun for little ones!
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ULU Kids Brush Kit
"Brushing is Not High on Kids' List of Fun Activities & it Shows...
Did You Know - 42% of children ages 2 to 11 develop cavities in their primary teeth.
The ULU Kids Brush Kit is the Best Solution.
Good Morning Mode
ULU Kids Brush Kit
Blue Light Mode - 15000 vibrations - Good Morning Message Activates!
Good Night Mode
Red Light Mode - 7,500 vibrations - Good Night Message Activates!
Purple UV Mode
UV Sterilization Light Activates!
ULU Kids Brush Kit Contains:
Box does not include toothpaste. For best results, use a foaming gel toothpaste instead of regular toothpaste.
How to Use the Kids Ulu Brush
Connect the charging pad to the USB power outlet and place your brush on the charging pad. The light indicator on the Kids ULU Brush will start illuminating once it’s connected.
The light indicator will turn off once the device is fully charged. Charging time is 45 minutes.
Run a few drops of foaming toothpaste on top and bottom of the mouthpiece from one end to the other. Insert the mouthpiece into your mouth.
If you are using regular toothpaste, put some toothpaste on the top and bottom and spread it around once you insert it in your mouth.
Note: Wiggle your brush left and right during the session for deeper cleaning
Rinse the mouth tray with warm water. Kids ULU Brush is waterproof.
Note: Mouthpiece needs to be replaced every three months.
The ULU Kids Brush Kit
Did You Know these fun facts?
Interesting Facts about Teeth and Dentistry
- The average American spends 38.5 total days brushing their teeth over a lifetime.
- People who drink 3 or more glasses of soda each day have 62% more tooth decay, fillings and tooth loss than others. Put down the pop and sports drinks and pick up some nice fresh water instead.
- Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body. However, we do not recommend that you use your pearly whites to open bottle caps!
- If you don’t floss, you miss cleaning 40% of your tooth surfaces. Make sure you brush and floss twice a day!
- If you’re right handed, you will chew your food on your right side. If you’re left handed, you will tend to chew your food on your left side.
- Every year, kids in North America spend close to half a million dollars on chewing gum.
- More people use blue toothbrushes than red ones.
- Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different
- The average woman smiles 62 times a day. The average man smiles about 8 times a day.
Kids laugh around 400 times a day, adults just 15 times a day.
- Giraffes only have bottom teeth.
- Just like finger prints, tooth prints are unique to each individual.
- The average person only brushes for 45 to 70 seconds a day, the recommended amount of time is 2-3 minutes.
- 78% of Americans have had at least 1 cavity by age 17.
- 1882 was the year commercial floss was first manufactured.
- The most valuable tooth belonged to Sir Isaac Newton. In 1816 one of his teeth was sold in London for $3,633, or in today’s terms $35,700. The tooth was set in a ring! (source: Guinness World Records 2002).
- More than 300 types of bacteria make up dental plaque.
- Dogs have 42 teeth, cats have 30 teeth, pigs have 44 teeth, and an armadillo has 104 teeth.
- A snail’s mouth is no larger than the head of a pin, but it can have over 25,000 teeth!
- The elephant grinds its molars and grows new ones. This happens six times in a lifetime! An elephant’s molar is about 7 inches square and can weigh over 6 pounds
- The Blue Whale is the largest mammal on earth, but it eats only tiny shrimp because it has no teeth.
- The Crocodile Bird flies into the open mouth of a crocodile and cleans the crocodile’s teeth!
- There are 10-12 teaspoons of sugar in a single can of soda.
The ULU Kids Brush Kit:
Interesting Facts about Dental History
- In 1866, Lucy Beaman Hobbs became the first licensed female dentist.
- In 1986, the winner of the National Spelling Bee won by spelling ODONTALGIA (which means toothache)
- The average amount of money left by the tooth fairy in 1950 was 25 cents. In 1988 it was $1.00, the going rate now is $2.00.
- The earliest dentist known by name is Hesi-Re. He lived in Egypt over 5,000 years ago.
- The first toothbrushes were tree twigs. Chewing on the tips of the twigs spread out the fibers, which were then used to clean the teeth.
- Ancient Greeks used pumice, talc, alabaster, coral powder or iron rust as toothpaste.
- George Washington never had wooden teeth. His dentures were made from gold, hippopotamus tusk, elephant ivory and human teeth!
- In 1905, Dental Assistant Irene Newman was trained to clean teeth. She became the first Dental Hygienist.
|Dimensions||2.5 × 6 × 8 in|