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Published August 2, 2013
Perhaps Cosmo Kramer took it a bit too far when he multi-tasked in the shower, but it appears consumers do more than wash up when they step in the stall. According to research, 20% of Americans brush their teeth in the shower. Now, Water Pik, Inc., maker of its well-known Water Flossers and showerheads has combined them with the new Waterpik Showerpik, a convenient and compact water flosser for use in the shower. The device attaches directly to existing showerheads to access the shower as its water source. It includes built-in pressure control settings, two classic jet tips, a cover to keep the tip clean between uses and a rechargeable battery pack.
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