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There is one more deal on Tanga for the next 24 hours that you might want to consider.  You can get very stocked on Colgate Wisps.  Get 48 Wisps for $4.99 plus $4.99 shipping.  That basically makes it 20¢ a brush.

I used these when I went to Haiti this year, I won’t say that it was as good as a real toothbrush but it made a great alternative in a place with no good water source.  Since most of you probably aren’t regular 3rd world country go-ers this would be great for camping or I know a lot of folks that send them in military  thank you boxes.

    • Stickybeak

      As a military wife, thank you for putting a plug in for those boxes for the military.  My husband is deployed to Afghanistan right now, and I know he and lots of his Marines have benefitted from the care packages sent by appreciative Americans.  I really appreciate your support.

    • great deal!

    • Sheila

      As a former soldier and 20 year military wife (husband served 26 yrs and currently deployed)… these are great for care packages!  Great for long plane rides too.

    • Sixbizymom

      Also another great idea to go in the Operation Christmas Child boxes!!!

    • my local Dollar Tree (all items for $1) in Kings Mountain, NC had lots of these Colgate wisps today. I’m not sure of the count per package but I believe it was at least 8-12 ct. They also had Crystal light stix (add to flavor your bottled water) 16 ct/32 servings and Diet Snapple Peach & Green Tea flavors  8 ct. Great price! must’ve been close-out items.

      • Guest

        My Dollar Tree has the 4 count for $1. But CVS sometimes runs these on sale so I get them then.