So many of us use them--but now the FDA is warning consumers about a number of spinbrushes.
The Food & Drug Administration is targeting the battery powered Arm & Hammer Ppinbrush or the Crest Spinbrush as it was called before 2009. The agency reports parts have flown off, chipping teeth and becoming a chocking hazard, especially for small children. The pieces are said to fly off the toothbrush at high speed. For a complete list of faulty spinbrushes you can visit www.fda.gov and search for "toothbrush."
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