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@sueglade, there are already available biodegradable toothbrush’s. Try sites like flora and fauna or Bamkiki. Both Australian websites.

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Grace & Holmes

An important issue, which both designers and consumers are increasingly addressing. New design with reclaimed materials is the future.


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