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Halacha - brushing teeth on shabbos
Submitted by shlomo  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question:
Answer: If your teeth are not so sensitive as to inevitably bleed, you may certainly brush with a toothbrush without water and toothpaste. If you want to use water and toothpaste, the website http://www.kosherimage.com has a special toothbrush and liquid tooth soap that may be used on Shabbos without hesitation.
posted:2009-01-23 01:17:12

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