If the grip helps you hold the tube better, what impact does it have on them stabilizing the holding and controllability on the amount they would want to release?
Umm. Not very good solution, you could use your bare hands or even gloves. Needs quite a bit of refining.
It does not solve the problem, and is more of a burden then helping-ruoyu
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Kind of a weird problem... It is quite a small problem and it doesn't happen often... How will the grip help to produce the correct amount of toothpaste? The force of the squeeze is still the same, and the grip doesn't even affect it. And most of the time people do not miss the toothbrush because they cannot hold the toothpaste tube properly, but because their hands are not stable. The grip is not original at all.... Its almost like tying a hair band to a toothpaste tube and calling it a new product.
Not really practical?
Will there be a grip like texture structure on the grip band?
Product helps a bit in the problem, but still needs more refining.
It is really weird, if the grip is not good enough won't the hand slip off thus creating no grip at all?
I don't understand at all.
It's not a very big problem...
It is bad due to the thinking of the soulution. It rather harms then helps.
How does it make a difference to the precision of the toothpaste falling on the brush or how much falls on it?Suggestion: A holder that contains the toothpaste and toothbrush. There is a handle that will squeeze the exact amount needed. The toothpaste and toothbrush is aligned such that the toothpaste falls precisely on the toothbrush.
Its a problem, but the solution is not really practical..