A Healthier New Year Is Only A Christmas Stocking Stuffer Away
Southern California-Based “Spray It Clean Products” Puts An Exciting New Spin On Stocking
Stuffers With A Germ-Fighter To Help Keep Everyone Smiling Through The Holidays!
(PRWEB) December 14, 2009 -- There’s a popular episode of “Seinfeld” that has left an indelible mark on
America’s mind since debuting in 1997 and it goes like this: Jerry Seinfeld accidentally drops his girlfriend
Jenna’s toothbrush into her toilet and before he has a chance to tell her - she uses it. For the remainder of the
show, a now super germ-aware Jerry remains too grossed-out to plant a kiss on his gorgeous girlfriend’s
toilet-tainted tooth brushed lips.
While the Seinfeld situation was comical, the reality is not so funny since even before Jenna’s toothbrush was
doing the bristle stroke, germ experts agree it was already covered with millions of bacteria that could have
included strep, staph and periodontal germs. With recent evidence suggesting periodontal (gum) disease increases
the risk for heart attacks, stroke, diabetes and some cancers, having a near-flushed brush experience is definitely
no laughing matter.
Wilbur Klapp, president of a Southern California-based company that produces a line of oral care disinfectants
states that while millions of Americans are using antibacterial products to kill household germs, many are missing
the one area where they should be fighting the hardest – the very toothbrushes they place in their mouths
everyday. Klapp, whose “Spray it Clean Products” firm makes a spray called “Toothbrush Germ Fighter”
suggests that the holidays are the perfect time for health-conscious consumers to put a little well spent money
where their mouths are.
“With electric toothbrushes now annually hitting the Top Ten Christmas Gift Lists, the tradition of hanging a
stocking by the chimney with care should be amended to include some important oral care, too.” says Klapp.
“Viruses and bacteria live on an electric toothbrush just as well as a ma