I’m afraid it’s not good news folks. As you can see from the photo above this is where the holder landed in the middle of the night. Not good but the good thing is that the holder did not have mobile phone attached to it.
If you haven’t read my previous post, click here so you know the full story.
Let me show you what I did yesterday before the first test drive. I used alcohol prep pads (photo below) that are normally used on skin before blood tests or vaccinations. I used them to wipe clean the bathroom tiles (photo 2nd below) from the spot where the smart phone holder was to be attached with the suction cup.
As you can see the tiles are smooth so I did not expect problems in the attachment. But as I wrote last time I did have my doubts and therefore I did not use my own smart phone but my husbands – ha ha! He did not have a clue about the slight scepticism I had. Plus he was so mesmerised with the mobile application that he didn’t think he should be worried about his smart phone (he brushed over 3 mins!).
As a side note, the Oral-b app was slightly confusing. Me and my husband both were staring (my husband with the brush head in mouth ready to go) at the smart phone’s screen and wondering when he should begin brushing. Maybe there should be a countdown like
to make it clearer?
Now, I’m not going to give up. I will give it a go once more. This time I’ll attach the holder to the mirror and I’ll report it soon. Wish me luck!
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