Soladey Ionic Toothbrush Instructions

We are excited that you have chosen Soladey as a healthier and more environmentally friendly approach to your oral hygiene.

The Key Technique for Best Results

  • For best results, brush all the surfaces of your teeth thoroughly to remove any surface plaque
  • Keep as much light in your mouth as possible while brushing (60 watts or greater – 1 meter or closer to source)
  • Then concentrate on the inside bottom row of teeth, brushing lightly with a good light source, until the Ionic process begins to work
  • This Ionic process can be identified as a natural white paste that foams & builds up in your mouth
  • Your teeth will feel super polished when done…like you stepped out of the chair from a cleaning with your hygienist
  • Soak your Soladey daily in Hydrogen Peroxide or Grape Seed Oil for 2 – 5 minutes, in order to keep it free of harmful microbes or bacteria.

Replacing the Brush Head of Your Soladey Ionic Toothbrush

  • Keep your Soladey toothbrush operating at maximum efficiency
  • Replace the brush portion regularly, as often as you would replace a standard toothbrush.
  • Dentists recommend every 2 – 3 months, depending on your brushing habits
  • If the bristles become frayed, or soft and mashed, replace immediately
  • The stiffer the bristles, the better the Ionic reaction created
  • Keep in mind that you do not have to brush hard…it is the gentle flicking action which creates the Ions

The figure below illustrates the proper method of replacing the brush:

CAUTION:

  • After use, if toothpaste was used, completely rinse Soladey to remove toothpaste
  • Toothpaste may cover the semiconductor, which blocks light from the metal rod
  • If this happens, you will not get the best possible results from Soladey
  • Do not separate the brush from the handle except for the purpose of replacement
  • Do not insert the semiconductor into your mouth without the brush head firmly attached
  • DO NOT SWALLOW YOUR SALIVA
  • DO NOT BRUSH FORCEFULLY: the gentle brushing action, combined with a good light source and your own saliva is all that is required for best results. It is important to understand that it is the light brushing action that creates the Ionization process in your mouth and not forceful brushing of your dental enamel. This is much easier on your dental enamel than using an abrasive such as toothpaste.

Detailed Directions on How to Use Your Soladey Ionic Toothbrush

If you prefer to have that “minty fresh” feeling while you are brushing:

  • Rinse before and/or after brushing, with a natural mouthwash
  • Use essential oil peppermint drops or your preferred flavor…a little dab on the bristles is all you need
  • There are several mouthwash and toothpaste products on the market today that do not contain harmful chemicals
  • We do not recommend toothpaste, as it is an abrasive and can coat the rod which makes this toothbrush work

After rinsing with mouthwash:

  • Wet the bristles and semiconductor with cold water
  • Brush your teeth LIGHTLY and thoroughly
  • The only difference is that you should try to keep the head of the toothbrush and rod in the light as much as possible
  • Allow as much light into your mouth as possible while brushing
  • The better the light source, the more effective Soladey is
  • The saliva in your mouth will turn to a white paste color, your own natural toothpaste
  • Swish this charged saliva through the spaces in your teeth to help wash away any loose plaque particles the
  • Ionization process loosened
  • Your saliva should stay in your mouth until you feel you should spit, in order to continue brushing effectively
  • This natural toothpaste will form again quickly after rinsing your mouth
  • Repeat 2 – 5 times every time you brush

Soak toothbrush in Hydrogen Peroxide or Grape Seed Oil Extract when done to kill any bacteria or microbes on your toothbrush

  • After use, if toothpaste was used, completely rinse Soladey to remove toothpaste
  • Toothpaste may cover the semiconductor, which blocks light from the metal rod
  • If this happens, you will not get the best possible results from Soladey
  • Do not separate the brush from the handle except for the purpose of replacement
  • Do not insert the semiconductor into your mouth without the brush head firmly attached
  • DO NOT SWALLOW YOUR SALIVA
  • DO NOT BRUSH FORCEFULLY: the gentle brushing action, combined with a good light source and your own saliva is all that is required for best results. It is important to understand that it is the light brushing action that creates the Ionization process in your mouth and not forceful brushing of your dental enamel. This is much easier on your dental enamel than using an abrasive such as toothpaste.

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