26
Jul
09

(330/365) (177/365)



(330/365) (177/365), originally uploaded by kimberlyfaye.

Did you know?

The bristle toothbrush was invented this day in 1498 in China. Coarse hairs taken from the back of a hog’s neck were used for the bristles, attached at right angles to a bone or bamboo handle (similar to the modern type). The best bristles came from hogs raised in the colder climates of China and Siberia, where the animals grew stouter and firmer hair. Since 3000 BC, ancient civilizations had been cleaning teeth with a "chew-stick" by using a thin twig with a frayed end.

Edited using Dave Jaseck’s Duotone Dreams action for PS. Find this and other actions at Action Central.

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