$25 Visa Gift Card Giveaway (Arm & Hammer #9)

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As we age, we not only have to worry about our teeth, but our gums require some extra attention too. My husband’s gum issues started several years ago, and our dentist suggested that he try an electric toothbrush. He has been using it faithfully and his gums have improved significantly.

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At my last dental visit, I was given the news that I should start using an electric toothbrush as well. Actually I should have been using one years ago, but that is another story 🙂 Since my husband brushes his teeth in the downstairs bathroom, he has his own electric toothbrush. I hadn’t bought one yet, but I did need one for upstairs. I was so happy to receive the Arm & Hammer Spinbrush ProClean. I really love this little thing, and since it is battery operated, I don’t have to worry about finding an available outlet for it (good thing – they are all occupied).

Since we have been diligent with our children’s dental care throughout the years, I will be purchasing each of them a Spinbrush as well. I do not want them to have to deal with gum issues when they are older, if it can be prevented by using an effective tool now. In addition to helping their gums, their teeth will benefit as well. Since the Arm & Hammer Spinbrush ProClean removes plaque in hard to reach places, I am also hopeful that they can avoid cavities and other dental problems too.

Have you tried the Arm & Hammer Spinbrush ProClean yet? Well, you just might get your chance! Enter below for your chance to win a gift card that you might want to put towards the purchase of one!

THE GIVEAWAY is now closed.

One winner will receive a $25 Visa Gift card (Arm & Hammer giveaway #9)!

For first (and required) entry, tell me if you use a regular toothbrush or an electric/spinning toothbrush?

No purchase necessary. Open to residents of US.  ONE ENTRANT PER HOUSEHOLD/IP Address! Giveaway ends October 9th at 9:00 p.m. (PST).  I check all entries – cheating will not be tolerated.  Winner will be notified via email and needs to reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Please make sure you check your spam folder – I will not be responsible if you did not receive winning email notification. Winners name(s) will also be posted on Winners List immediately after drawing has occurred. Winners will be chosen using the “And the Winner is” plugin.  Screenshots of winners available by request.  **By entering this giveaway, you confirm that you have read and agree to my giveaway rules. Please allow 6-8 weeks for deliver of prize {though it is usually much sooner}.

Please see Eighty MPH Mom giveaway rules for further information.

*This is a sponsored post for Church & Dwight Co., Inc, the maker of ARM & HAMMER branded products, who is compensating me to try different products. Get a $4.00 coupon for ARM & HAMMER Spinbrush then head over to The Switch and Save Challenge where you can enter to win $25,000.

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Jennifer Regan is the owner/editor-in-chief of Eighty MPH Mom, a family-friendly blog. She is active in Brand Ambassadorships and campaigns, and is active in social media, helping brands promote!

842 Comments

  1. Raven In A Blue Room on

    I use a good ‘ole manual toothbrush

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  2. I just use a regular toothbrush! I didnt know that electric ones were good for your gum! Wow! You learn something new every day!

  3. I use a regular toothbrush. It was suggested that I used an electric but I did not like how it felt so I went back to the regular manual toothbrush.

  4. Deborah in Atlanta on

    I should be embarrassed to say this, but I’ve never used an electric toothbrush in my life. What a luxury that would be. I think it would be almost as awesome as going and having a full body massage. Please put my name in the hat – I’d love to apply this towards an electric toothbrush.

  5. I have been using an electric toothbrush for several years now. I like it much better than a regular toothbrush. I feel like I’m really getting my teeth clean. Plus, I love that mine has a timer, of sorts, on it. Then I know I’m brushing for 2 minutes without having to keep watch on a clock.
    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  6. Mainly, I use a spinning toothbrush but, sometimes I use a regular one, instead.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  7. i use a electric toothbrush at home. when i travel i use a manual toothbrush.
    melisa0072 at gmail dot com

  8. Boring cheap regular toothbrush. I use to have a fancy spinny one, but the replacement brushes just ended up costing too much too often. 🙁 Miss it though.

  9. I use a regular toothbrush but my husband uses a spin brush. Apparently he was brushing his teeth too hard so he switched a few years ago.
    jryder416 at yahoo dot com

  10. I use a regular one, though I’ve always wanted an electric as I just think they’d get my teeth cleaner, maybe I’ll ask for one for xmas 🙂

  11. I use a spinning toothbrush…it gets the back teeth and inside surfaces clean without effort or gagging.

  12. electric here
    Fantabulous contest! Thanks! Janna Johnson [email protected] [email protected] on GFC

  13. I use a regular toothbrush but would really love to try out the electric type

    Thanks for another fantastic giveaway

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  15. I work in the dental field and use the plain old fashioned hand one
    pedidentalasst at yahoo dot com

  16. Heather Avery on

    I use a regular toothbrush.. perhaps the reason I now have gum troubles? Maybe I should switch!

  17. Leann Lindeman on

    Left my mandatory comment days ago….. Must have got side tracked. :). I am a GFC follower.

  18. I subscribe by email ([email protected])

  19. I currently use a manual toothbrush, but my dental hygienist recently remommended one that spins!

  20. I use a battery-operated toothbrush…but I often don’t turn it on! (Dunno why….)

    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  21. I follow via Networked Blogs.
    (Heather S Chaffer / I Digress.)
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  22. I follow your blog on Google Friend Connect/Blogger. (Debbie C)

    chrisdeglen(at)gmail(dot)com

  23. Just a regular manual toothbrush user – though I’ve always wanted to try an electric brush!

  24. Theresa Mahoney on

    Normally I use a Sonicare electric toothbrush, but I need new brush heads so I’ve been using a manual toothbrush lately.

  25. Yes, I use an electric toothbrush. Hubby wanted one a while back and I found a good deal on a twofer so I got one too. Lol. I love it. I can’t go back to a regular one now. My teen daughter, on the other hand, cannot stand electric ones. She says they tickle her mouth. Lol.

    lewalk(at)hotmail(dot)com

  26. My daughter and I use regular toothbrushes we get free from special packages of Colgate. Her father uses the Sonic Toothbrush. The one with the special heads, etc.

  27. I have an electric toothbrush but I haven’t gotten a new head for it so haven’t used it in years. So I’ve been using manual lately.

  28. I was actually instructed by my dentist to use a spin brush so I don’t wear on my gum! I’m in desperate need of a good quality one

  29. Candice HopperOwrey on

    Sometimes electric and sometimes regular. I am a couponer, so whatever I have coupons for.

  30. delena McGuire on

    I actually have a regular and a spinbrush. I use the spin most often

    mcirish02 at hotamil dot com

  31. I know this probably sounds funny, but I have and use both. 🙂 An Oral-B spinning brush and a “regular” toothbrush. creedamy [at] yahoo [dot] com

  32. I’ve tried both types of toothbrushes and I prefer the manual toothbrushes, I like the larger head on the old style toothbrushes
    bepoia(at)hotmail(dot)com

  33. Thanks for the giveaway…we use both manual & electric; our dentist suggested that we use the electric tooth brush to better reach difficult area in back of our mouths.

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

  34. We used to all use spin brushes, but now we’re back to using regular toothbrushes. I feel like my kids were not taking the time to brush as thoroughly when they relied on the brush to do all of the work.