Solar Toothbrush Uses Electrons To Clean Teeth

Solar Toothbrush Uses Electrons To Clean Teeth
Design

The Soladey-3 uses a novel method to remove plaque.

Naresh Kumar
  • 12 july 2010

The Japan Trend Shop has an interesting product in its catalog called the Soladey-3 which doesn’t use toothpaste to remove plaque. Soladey-3 has an embedded solar panel that absorbs light; when a user begins to brush his teeth, the electrons are transmitted through the water to the teeth via a titanium oxide semiconductor to make the plaque unstable and easy to remove.

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