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     SHOPPING: Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com will earn an affiliate commission.  A new cleaning gadget is being snapped up fast by Amazon shoppers, who are calling it the best invention since the robot vacuum cleaner. The Holikme four-pack drill scrubbing brush set will help you clean tiles, sinks and hard to reach crevices deeper than ever before without expanding any extra energy. And it’s now reduced by half on Amazon. Although a vibrating brush simplifies chores and the effort it takes to have a sparkling clean home, there are no similarities when it comes to price as the 50 percent reduction means the four-piece brush set is now just $8. Holikme 4Pack Drill Brush Power Scrubber Attachment Set  These different shape brushes can clean your bathtub, grout, upholstery, bathroom surface, floor, tile, shower, toilet and more in half the time. They affix easily to any cordless drill and all you have to do is poower on the drill, hold...
    MAKING sure your home is as clean as possible might feel like something that has required a lot of effort and energy in the past. The good news is that there’s a new gadget you can use that will cut your cleaning time in half. 3Julianna Christensen tells her TikTok viewers about a cleaning gadget she found on AmazonCredit: TikTok/julianna_claire 3She shows her viewers how easy it is to use the cleaning device on different surfacesCredit: TikTok/julianna_claire TikToker and cleaning expert Julianna Christensen posted a video detailing something brilliant she found on Amazon. She says: “[Here’s an] Amazon home hack. Never scrub again and cut your cleaning time in half with this portable electric spin scrubber. “It comes with four interchangeable brush heads to cover almost every surface of your home.” According to Julianna, this gadget can be used to clean countertops, sinks, appliances, stoves, and glass windows. On Amazon, this super useful device can be found for as low as $15.54. “Each brush head easily removes stains, scum, and grime. And it’s super fun to use!” she says. Julianna...
    MANY of us don't think twice when it comes to brushing our teeth in the morning. After all, it's just become a part of our everyday routine. 3Dr Surina Sehgal has revealed the common mistakes we all make when it comes to brushing our teethCredit: @drsurinasehgal/Tiktok 3The expert warns not to scrub your teeth too hardCredit: @drsurinasehgal/Tiktok So you may be surprised to hear that according to one dentist, we are all guilty of making the same mistakes when it comes to brushing. Dr Surina Sehgal posted a TikTok video where she writes: "You've been brushing wrong this whole time." The dentist, who revealed she brushes her teeth for four minutes in the morning and evening, then proceeds to offer her expert advice. "Do not scrub," she begins. "Hold brush on tooth for five seconds then move onto the next." Next up, she advises holding the brush near the gum line. FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today "Brush for minimum two minutes," she recommends. And it wasn't long before social media...
    KNOWING the early warning signs of cancers can quite literally be a life-saver in some cases. Pancreatic cancer is often diagnosed too late, so it's important to be aware of any red flags. 1There are five signs of pancreatic cancer that you should never brush off It is the eleventh most common type of cancer in the UK and the sixth highest cause of cancer death. The cancer has the lowest survival rate of any common cancer in the UK - with more than half of patients dying within three months of diagnosis. The disease affects a large gland that is part of the digestive system - the pancreas is located behind the stomach and under the liver. It has two main functions: dripping digestive enzymes into the gut to help break down food, and releasing the hormones insulin and glucagon to regulate blood sugar. Read more on pancreatic cancerFAST RESULTS Patients will get cancer test results within a month under new NHS targetsTESTING TIMES New quick and easy test can detect deadliest cancer, scientists discover Pancreatic cancer occurs when malignant...
    Dental appointments are ever harder to come by. The pandemic backlog, coupled with a shortage of dentists, means that patients in some areas of the country are facing agonising delays for crucial treatments. Calls to emergency dentists have shot up 452 per cent since last year in some parts of the UK, according to the NHS users’ watchdog Healthwatch.  The British Dental Association has warned of a postcode lottery for treatment, with patients in certain areas forced to wait up to a year for an urgent tooth extraction. And with surveys showing that 40 per cent of dentists are considering taking early retirement in the next year, the problem will only get worse. If ever there was a time to look after your oral health at home, and avoid trips to the dentist, it’s now. The good news is that most dental problems are entirely preventable. Gum disease affects almost half of Britons and is the precursor to the majority of oral health conditions.  If ever there was a time to look after your oral health at home, and avoid...
    NO NEED to reach for the bleach when you come across mold in your household. It's actually not doing much to remove it. It's actually causing more harm than good. Experts recommend using another solution that will in fact reach the root of the problem. 3Experts recommend staying away from bleach when trying to remove moldCredit: Getty 3Bleach actually encourages mold growthCredit: Getty Before revealing the secret solution, experts at Puro Clean revealed a few reasons explaining why bleach is a no-go for killing mold. IT ENCOURAGES MOLD GROWTH Since bleach is made up of 90 percent water, when you use it to clean up mold, the chlorine quickly vaporizes it, leaving a large amount of water behind. And when applying it to surfaces such as wood, the water from the bleach is immersed into the floor, which ends up producing more mold. BLEACH ONLY REMOVES THE COLOR Yup. You read that right. Only the color. So when you think you're getting to the root of the problem, you're actually only removing the color. But the real...
    WITH an abundance of haircare on the market promising to give you your best ever hair day, doing right by your tresses can be a minefield. It’s not just the products you have to think about – it’s how often you should be washing, brushing and which methods to use. Supplied 2 A-List colourist Louise Galvin revealed her top professional tips for keeping hair in a good condition, including never starting to brush from the roots Fabulous spoke to A-List colourist Louise Galvin, who revealed the insider haircare tips she uses that can make a huge difference to the condition. And when it comes to colouring, products and ingredients, you’ll be relieved to hear that less is more. I NEVER… BRUSH STRAIGHT AFTER APPLYING CONDITIONER If you brush through your hair after applying conditioner, you’re missing a key step Louise uses to avoid inadvertently thinning her mane: The half rinse. “Nobody seems to understand this!” says Louise. “You put the conditioner on, half rinse (because that really disperses the product evenly), then separate it with your fingers because, remember,...
    IF every member of our family walks out the door dressed and ready for the day and having brushed their teeth, we consider that to be a win. But never have we stopped to considered the order we all brush our teeth in - and it turns out, we should always be doing it before the first meal of the day. 2Anna shared her life hack with her 40,000 followersCredit: @annapetersondental/Tiktok In a viral TikTok video, dentist Anna Peterson, from Essex, warned her 40,000 followers that brushing after breakfast could actually be damaging their teeth. She said: "Did you know you shouldn't brush your teeth after breakfast? Always before." Talking through the reasons why this is, the expert continued: "When you at breakfast your mouth becomes acidic. "So what you're doing when you brush your teeth after breakfast is brushing the acid into the tooth and this wears away the enamel." We know what you're thinking: what's the point of brushing when you're just about to eat a meal? Well, Anna says this approach protects your pearly whites ahead of...
    She’s calling hogwash. Mouthwash has long been touted as a surefire — and minty — way to swirl away any germs not tackled by your toothbrush. However, one dentist is going viral for slamming the practice of using oral cleanser after brushing your teeth, as she says it can also rinse away beneficial fluoride found in toothpaste. "Using mouthwash after brushing your teeth is going to give you tooth decay," explained London-based dentist Anna Peterson warned in a TikTok clip with over 1.8 million views. BOY, 3, DIES AT DENTIST AFTER ‘UNANTICIPATED REACTION TO MEDICINE,’ REPORT SAYS In a second video PSA, the tooth expert describes how the "toothpaste that you brush your teeth with has around 1450ppm fluoride," which is the ideal concentration to protect your teeth against the sugars in the food and drink you consume. However, as Peterson points out, "your mouthwash has only 220ppm fluoride" which is not enough to prevent an a-plaque-alypse. As a result, "when you brush your teeth, and you rinse with mouthwash straight away — you just rinse off all the high...
    A typical morning routine for most will include brushing our teeth using toothpaste and following up with a mouthwash of some sort. But one dentist has revealed the unexpected reason why you should never do this in a TikTok video that's surprised followers. .  Dentist Anna Peterson, who is based in London, revealed many of us may have been cleaning our teeth wrong for years, saying that you should use mouthwash after you eat or before brushing your teeth, and not after.  It's all down to flouride concentrations, which are lower in mouthwash than toothpaste, meaning you wash away the more concentrated flouride if you use it straight after brushing.   A dentist has revealed the unexpected reason why you should NEVER do this when brushing your teeth and people are shocked @annapetersondental The explanation you all asked for ¿¿#GetGrafting #dentistry #lgbtq #lifestylechangestartsnow #fyp ¿ Inspiration - WavebeatsMusic The expert explained that toothpaste has roughly 1450 parts per million fluoride, meaning it has a high concentrate to protect your teeth.     She says: 'Your toothpaste that you brush your teeth with...
    MOST people’s tooth brushing routine may consist of toothpaste, rinsing your mouth out with water and then a mouthwash of some sort.  However, one dentist claims otherwise and has surprised thousands of people unaware they have been doing it all wrong for years.  2Dentist Anna Peterson has shared her tips to her thousands of TikTok followersCredit: Tik Tok Dentist Anna Peterson revealed that you should never use mouthwash after brushing your teeth, and that in fact you should use it after you eat, or BEFORE brushing your teeth. She says: “Your toothpaste that you brush your teeth with has around 1450pp fluoride. “Your mouthwash has only 220pp fluoride. This is a much lower concentration and it’s not enough to protect your teeth from sugars that you eat and drink. “So when you brush your teeth, and you rinse with mouthwash straight away - you just rinse off all the high concentration fluoride, for a low concentration fluoride. 2She claims that you should never use mouthwash after brushing your teethCredit: Tik Tok When do you use mouthwash? After brushing, spit out...
    WITH gold-painted toilet brushes waving in the crisp Russian air, thousands gathered to mock president Vladimir Putin. From ageing babushkas to wide-eyed teens, they had answered opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s call last weekend to take to the snow-covered streets to protest at corruption, in what has been dubbed the “Flushin’ Revolution”. 13WITH gold-painted toilet brushes waving in the air, thousands of Alexei Navalny’s gathered to mock president Vladimir PutinCredit: Reuters Putin, 68, is suddenly under pressure at home like never before after furious Russians in 100 cities demanded an end to his iron rule. For the first time in a generation, Kremlin watchers are signalling that the vast nation’s ruthless self-appointed czar may have been mortally wounded. And this week his enemies insisted that the man who would next year celebrate ten years in office now fears a grisly end like Libyan tyrant Muammar Gaddafi, who ended his life being dragged around the streets by victorious rebels. The tipping point for many had been a Navalny YouTube film — now watched 100million times — in which he claimed a £1billion...
    A WOMAN has shared the disgusting reason why you should ALWAYS be cleaning inside your Tangle Teezer. Cleaning fan Chloe shared a stomach-churning clip on TikTok which revealed the amount of mould build up inside the popular detangling hairbrush. 7The TikTok user showed how to open the Tangle Teezer hairbrush and says you should be cleaning inside of it regularlyCredit: @cleanitwithchlo/Tiktok 7The inside was disgusting and completely covered in mouldCredit: @cleanitwithchlo/Tiktok The woman admitted her friend had been using hers in the shower for three whole years and had never even washed it. This resulted in a disgusting amount of grime and mould with Chloe showing how best to remove it - and it's actually pretty easy. "ANYONE WHO OWNS A TANGLE TEASER! I am still shocked about how disgusting this was!" she captioned the video. And in it, she demonstrated first scrubbing the outside bristles with a Sonic Scrubber and Astonish Mould Remover Spray while running the brush under hot water. 7Chloe used Astonish mould remover spray and a srubbing brush to get...
    The designated griller; the head chef; the ultimate meat master. Whatever you call them, every group has one. They are the one who takes the helm when grilling season picks up. While the rest of the BBQ guests are mingling and having a few pre-food drinks, they are the one working tirelessly over a hot grill and they never complain, never sulk, and never ask for a single thanks. Now that the holidays are coming, take a moment to show your culinary-loving friend how much you appreciate their efforts. This customizable Grill Gift Set from Etsy is the pinnacle present for the grill master in your life. Inside the high-quality maple wood travel case, you’ll find stainless steel tools including tongs, a spatula, a brush, a fork, and a knife. There are also four steel skewers, plus a bonus silicone glove, which is heat, slip, and water-resistant. Put simply, the set includes everything your friend needs to cook up a storm when the opportunity presents. Whether they’re basting fine cuts of meat with the brush or skewering up some kebabs,...
    Washing make-up brushes and blending sponges can be a tedious chore, which we often forget about all together.  But microbiologist Amy-May Pointer has revealed why keeping your brushes clean should be an essential part of your beauty routine, and the dangers the bacteria that lurks on them can cause.  A petri dish experiment carried out by PrettyLittleThing revealed the comparison between beauty tools that are cleaned after every use versus ones that are rarely cleaned. Amy-May analysed these findings to reveal the harm that dirty brushes and sponges can cause, including skin infections and fungal acne, which results in inflammation and itchy skin blemishes.   She also offered advice on where to store your brushes, with make-up bag or damp cupboards allowing fungus to accumulate in a short period of time, and warned how storing brushes in the bathroom could lead to the growth of E. coli. Make-up brushes   Analysing the bacteria found on the make-up brushes, Amy-May explained that the brush that was regularly cleaned only had one organism growth However the dirty brush revealed an 'extremely higher' density of bacterial and...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Mara Leighton/Insider The Foreo Luna 2 is a waterproof cleansing device that claims to remove up to 99.5% of dirt and oil from your pores. It's made out of ultra-hygienic silicone that's nonporous and resistant to bacteria buildup, and a one-hour charge is good for seven months of usage.  I tested the Foreo Luna 2, and I'm a believer. After even one use, my skin feels clean without being dry and firm without feeling tight.  Multiple Insider Reviews members have used the Luna for years. It cleans gently and effectively, and we can tell the difference in clarity, pore size, and texture on days when we've used the Foreo device and when we haven't.  Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals. Foreo Luna 2 for Normal Skin $169.00 from Sephora There's been a lot of buzz about FOREO's Luna 2, a waterproof cleansing and anti-aging device that claims to remove up to 99.5% of...
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