Real Man's Toothbrush

Introduction: Real Man's Toothbrush

About: Hi, I'm stephen, I'm a certified welder, working on my machinists cert, and working part time at a hardware store. Mixing in all of that with my hobbies of blacksmithing and knifemaking, only makes for more...

A high powered redneck tooth brush (don't scrub a hole in your teeth)

YOU SHOULD NOT PUT THIS IN YOUR MOUTH (I was told to say this, if your stupid enough to put this in your mouth, all I can say is have fun explaining that to your dentist)

Step 1: Supplies

you will need:

epoxy
tooth brush you don't mind wasting
lighter
nail (or other thin peice of metal for the shaft
wire clippers (for cutting toothbrush)
Dremel tool (or other rotary cutter)

Step 2: Chop

go ahead and cut the head off the tooth brush

Step 3: Melt

use your lighter and heat the head of the nail, once good and hot push it into the middle of the toothbrush and hold it straight until it cools some and will stay.

Step 4: Glue It Good

mix up some weld and apply liberally, let it dry and present it to some one who has a dremel tool and loves gag gifts.

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    28 Discussions

    My orthodontist uses a dremel for working with the metal pieces, so when he took it out, I started freaking out!

    Dont you think thats gettin a bit personal? Jist cus i only has a gold tooth left dont mean that is gonna not brush it. that thar gold is spensive. 


    And, you need to be politically correct. I aint no redneck, I is a appalachian american.  

    Lol great idea. Just put this in your dentist's office and scare the pants off everyone.

    you should just leave this out on the bathroom counter, next to the toothbrush, whenever you have company over. just to see the reactions...

    Yes! Beats the pants of any other electric brush I've seen. And dentists use air, they are missing a trick I think? L

    2 replies

    You haven't seen the mark 2, which uses a kitchen scrubbing brush and a garage air line... :)