Original Essentials According to PlaqueBlast.com
Offer details & such: $10.00 + $6.99 S&H. BOGO: 2nd Plaque Blast & Surprise Gift - $3.99 Processing. Sales tax: NJ & CA. Guarantee "100% Satisfaction."
A couple months ago we did a review on Plaque Attack. People seemed to like it but a heavy debate rose over the use of grain alcohol in the formula. Grain alcohol is a rather common solvent in pet medication, but there was no middle ground in that debate:
AJ Khubani must have been listening because with TELEBrands newest hit, Dr. George's Plaque Blast, they advertise that the pet plaque spray is 100% alcohol free.
But is that enough for you to buy it?
Dr. George's Plaque Blast is a new tooth spray the helps remove plaque and tarter from your pet's teeth. The theory is that not only does the spray help keep the teeth clean, but also keeps the breath fresh too because Plaque Blast will kill bacteria.
He's my uncle. We go ridin' round. South Alabama. West Texas Bound...OR, we're not sure. But we did come across a trademark application for the product name. We're gonna guess that it's just the name of a product. At least it's not Doctor Robert (and, that, was both a Beatles and Grateful Dead reference in the same review. Yeah, it's late!).
If we find out more, we'll pass it along!
According to official website PlaqueBlast.com, Plaque Blast claims the following features and benefits:
- takes care of bacteria & plaque
- quickly freshens breath
- reduces plaque & tarter
- promotes healthier gums & whiter teeth
- 100% alcohol free
Order Process: This offer is pretty new but so far we haven't seen anything. Since it's new, expect the industry standard wait on shipping. New products usually have low margains in case marketers miss their guess on a product's success.
Product Performance: We'll be interested in knowing. There's nothing out there yet, but they're claiming 100% alcohol free.
Please let us know your thoughts!
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