What can I use as a toothbrush holder?
Things like empty mason jars, cups, mugs, faux toys, frogs, DIY clothe pins, PVC pipe, etc., have been used to turn them into utter practical toothbrush holders so that you enjoy a fully organized bathroom area.
How do you hang a toothbrush?
The American Dental Association recommends the correct way to care for your toothbrush after brushing is to rinse it well so that all residue comes off, give it a good shake to remove excess water, and then to store it upright in a cup or holder so that it’s not touching any other toothbrushes.
Should you cover your toothbrush in the bathroom?
The American Dental Association recommends rinsing toothbrushes with tap water after use and air drying. Covering brushes contains moisture, which could harbor more bacteria. The best way to prevent toilet water from splashing your toothbrush? Close the lid before you flush, Wahrman said.
Where are you supposed to keep your toothbrush?
The most sanitary way to store your toothbrush is to keep the toothbrush in a clean holder where airflow can dry the toothbrush. Yet, it won’t be contaminated by bathroom germs.
Should I cover my toothbrush?
But cleaning or sanitizing it doesn’t make your toothbrush 100% germ-free. And while a toothbrush cover may help protect your toothbrush from outside germs, it traps in moisture, leading to bacteria growth and not the good kind, according to the ADA. So — remove and throw away those covers.
Is it bad to keep your toothbrush in the shower?
The American Dental Association says there isn’t any harm in shower brushing, as long as it gets done twice a day and that the toothbrush doesn’t stay in there.
How can I hide my toothbrush?
Hide an electric toothbrush. Find a great box that has a latch so it closes, cut a hole in the back so you can use the outlet and hang. Less clutter on the counter and it looks better too.