I'm interested in solid dentifrices formulation, so I bought these tablets mistakenly to study them believing they were a solid toothpaste, and used them as such (they are actually a solid mouthwash, must be dissolved in water to use).
Overcome the shock of taste and sensation, I found that they leave teeth wonderfully clean. Can they be harmful to enamel? The pH of the solution in water is 7 (they must be dissolved in water to use). In my mistake I bit a pill and dissolved it in saliva before brushing.
I appreciate your comments.