Did you know that the average dollar bill only lasts about 18 months before it can no longer be considered currency? Yep, once a paper dollar is too ripped, creased, torn, or faded, it is no longer considered legal tender, and banks trade them in for new, crisp, clean dollars. But what happens to all of the old ones? Now, many of them are made into a Radius Source Toothbrush ($6-7)!
While the Radius Source toothbrush also comes in recycled wood, flax, and plastic versions, I find the cash one to just be too cool - what a way to get kids to brush their teeth! And on top of the novelty, the Radius Source toothbrush is actually extremely comfortable to use, too - its ergonomic handle and unusually wide head of bristles (65% more bristles than ordinary toothbrushes) makes it ridiculously easy to get into every mouth nook and cranny!
Best of all, whichever version of the Radius Source toothbrush that you choose to go with, it's not only recyclable but the handle is reusable, just like many razors! After three months of wear and tear, pull out and discard the bristles, which only account for 7% of the entire toothbrush, and replace them for cheap - the first replacement is free! All in all, the inexpensive price point and the novelty makes the Radius Source toothbrush a fun and wallet-friendly investment--technically, with what the handle's made of, you're getting your hands on even more cash buy buying it!