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GT2K Toothbrush Sterilizer (mini-steam auto-clave) is an innovative and affordable $20 solution for a safe, germ-free toothbrush every time you brush.

 

Las Vegas, NV – June 12, 2015 – The GT2K Toothbrush Sterilizer is the brainchild of inventor Jim Song, a biochemist turned entrepreneur who spearheaded a team of medical advisors and engineers to create the soon-to-launch toothbrush sterilizer. After several years of research and development, Song is finally unveiling his exciting new innovation to the Germ Terminator steam technology — the GT2K. This invention is vital to his crusade to solve the “worldwide dirty toothbrush epidemic.” Using natural steam at 100 degrees C (212 degrees F), the device takes only seconds to use to sterilize toothbrushes after every use to kill 100% of toothbrush germs.

Now Song is using crowdfunding to help bring this revolutionary and affordable device to every home in the world. The goal of the Kickstarter campaign is to raise $117,775 by July 6th, 2015.

“Because of our educational work people all around the world are beginning to understand the importance of brushing their teeth with clean, germ-free toothbrushes and I am so grateful to be able to give back and contribute to global health by giving people an effective and affordable solution to the dirty toothbrush epidemic,” says Song.

Jim Song’s quest for a “global-sterile-toothbrush solution” started over 30 years ago in a university-microbiology project conducted by the Las Vegas-based inventor. For those who are unaware, research continues to prove that toothbrushes, once used, are both nasty and unhealthy. Toothbrushes are covered in invisible germs – both from direct contamination from the mouth, hands, sink, floor, shower, toothbrush cup, roaches, cats, etc. in the bathroom and from airborne contamination of bacteria, viruses, molds, yeast, and even poop germs (fecal coliforms). His book “Why Your Toothbrush May Be Killing You…Slowly” discusses the health issues in depth.

The Centers for Disease Control reports that “Even after being rinsed visibly clean, toothbrushes can remain contaminated with potentially pathogenic organisms.” 
 
It is evident that dirty toothbrushes may be doing more harm than good to people’s mouths and to their overall health — associating toothbrush germs with a wide range of serious health risks, from the spreading of the common cold between family members to chronic, systemic inflammation, which has been linked to heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. 

USA Today reported the “the most serious threat to your everyday health may be hanging in plain sight in your bathroom.” It is a fact that we cannot have good overall health if we do not have good oral health.

Song’s GT2K has a unique and innovative technology that claims the highest germ kill-rate of any toothbrush sanitizer. It’s modeled after the time-tested dental/medical autoclave and is the first of its kind to use steam to kill germs, with an effectiveness that is unmatched within the market. It’s 100% natural and cannot mutate germs like UV light-radiation sanitizers that are on the market.
Jim’s invention has been designed to cure the worldwide dirty toothbrush epidemic.
 
To make a contribution and pre-order the GT2K for the whole family at an advantageous price, visit the Kickstarter campaign or click here. Backers can choose from many attractive rewards as a “thank you” for the support for this cause! 
 
For those that are unfamiliar with how crowdfunding works, please know this is an “all-or-nothing” deal. If the GT2K does not meet the fund goal, then GT2K will not receive any financial assistance. So, know that a donation of any amount counts! Help even further by sharing this with others on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks.

Media Contact
Company Name: Germ Terminator Corporation
Contact Person: Emily Chandler, VP of Germ Terminator Corporation
Email: emily@longevity.com
Phone: 702-525-4576
Address:5975 S Topaz St.
City: Las Vegas
State: NV
Country: United States
Website: https://goo.gl/TMJdSY

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