Gadgets: Tickling the Ivories

Having trouble reaching those nooks and crannies with your toothbrush? Unable to master the approved up-and-down stroke? Does dental floss shred in your mouth and stick between your teeth? Bleeding gums, perhaps? Then Aqua Tec Corp. of Fort Collins, Colo., has the perfect answer.

Called Water Pik, this new bathroom accessory pumps out a thin stream of water that can be regulated from a trickle to a jet. When turned on full blast, the jet of water flushes out food, tickles the ivories and massages the gums, giving a user the invigorating impression that he has just had his teeth...

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