I’m the coolest subscription-based toothbrush on the market.
I’m here to change the world one household at a time!
You see, I care about our environment and right now, in Australia, 30 million plastic toothbrushes go to landfill every year.
My mission is to change that—and I’d love your help!
Buy Tinkle (instead of my plastic toothbrush relatives).
For yourself. For your family. For everyone!
You can register right now!
I’m non-toxic and sustainable. I’m also biodegradable. So when my job is done, I’ll feed the earth in a healthy way.
I turn up every 2-months (perfect for busy people) and I’m made for adults and kids (aged 4-10).
Oh, and you don’t have to pay for shipping. Cha-ching!
Another perk is I donate $1 from every toothbrush to grassroots community programs.
See? By brushing your teeth with Tinkle each day, you CAN change the world!
Meet Tinkle’s Creators
“Tinkle was born out of a love to give families, (including ours), a low cost, time-saving and sustainable option for something they use every day.”
Kate & Ben Cashman
Meet the Cashman’s. A tight-knit family of four, living in Tasmania, with love for the ocean, scuba diving and exploring the local bushland. The couple run multiple businesses between them, yet, despite leading full lives, they’re clear on what’s important to them in their home, community and globally.
Through Tinkle, Ben and Kate Cashman are doing their part in igniting environmental change and encouraging others to live more conscious and balanced lives.
The Cashman’s believe that sustainable living doesn’t need to be super-serious. They know that real change is born out of love and having fun! Which is why for their household (and yours) Tinkle represents simplicity and taking inspired action in a small, yet very impactful way.
That’s why I started #tinkle4good and #grassrootsgiving.
By donating $1 from each sale to my community grants initiative, I’m spreading the Tinkle love so community organisations who are helping nurture and save planet earth (often without government grants or funding) can apply for small to medium grants to help bring their projects to life!
My bristle GPS is tracking down companies/groups or individuals who are:
• teaching kids about being environmentally conscious
• organising beach, bush and local area clean ups
• finding new ways to turn waste into recycled material and reusable products
• making new technologies to keep our planet green and clean
I exist to help THOSE people.
Know the next Captain Planet?
Know about an amazing group who could use a little bit of extra dosh?
Tell them about me, Tinkle!
Formal applications for the first round of grants will open in November 2019.