Oh how I wish they sold Wisps in Canada. They are the greatest little travel tooth cleaning invention in the world! While we were in Niagara Falls, NY killing time before our flight to Myrtle Beach, T, JJ and I went to Target. T was desperate for something to brush her teeth with (she is a little OCD with Oral Hygiene, which definitely isn’t a bad thing), so we headed into Target and started shopping. T and I each purchased a couple of packages of Colgate Wisps, and once we were safely back in JJ’s car it was time to check them out. AMAZING – they are little mini brushes with a ‘freshening bead’ in the middle. No need to rinse or spit you can literally just brush and go.

I have become addicted to these things. They even have a little tooth pick type feature on the bottom for when you have something stuck in between your teeth that won’t come out with just regular brushing. I have brushed my teeth after lunch every single day and I don’t have to carry around a tube of tooth paste and a tooth-brush, just reach into my desk, grab a Wisp and off I go. đŸ™‚ You can’t buy them here, but next time you are in the US of A, do yourself a favour and pick up a couple of packs of Wisps.


August 16, 2011. Uncategorized.


  1. Basement Hobbit Wanting Shiny Teeth. replied:

    Sounds amazing….Can we order them on line…we could start a black market at 140 Woodbury Cres.BHWST

  2. GGi aka Carolyn replied:

    Dear BHWST,

    The whole point of using initials and acronyms is to protect the identity of indiviudals not wanting to be mentioned by name. The same sort of principles apply with addresses – just saying.


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