5 Clever Ways To Store Your Toothbrushes

19th April 2018
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How do you store your toothbrushes?

Toothbrushes can easily attract germs if they are not stored the correct way.

toothbrush storage ideas

It’s important to make sure your toothbrushes are stored in a place where they can air dry whether you are using an electrical toothbrush or the old-fashioned toothbrush.

Failing to air dry your toothbrush and leaving it in a damp will cause a manifestation of germs  and mold which can affect your overall oral health.

Here are 5 Clever Ways To Store Your ToothBrushes

Toothbrush holder and dispenser

1. Automatic Toothpaste Dispenser And Toothbrush Holder

This two piece set is a great set for storing your toothbrushes and toothpaste.

It’s automatic as well and can be mounted to your walls.

electric toothbrush holder

2. Electric Toothbrush Holder & Toothpaste Holder

Store your toothbrush and toothpaste in this clear organiser, it’s easy to clean and it can mounted to a wall or stored away in a cupboard shelve.

toothbrush holder wall mount

3. Silver Toothbrush Holder

This silver adhesive wall toothbrush holder is a great way to store your toothbrush, you can be attached to your walls or to your bathroom cabinet.


4. Double Tumbler Ceramic Toothbrush holder

Using tumblers as a toothbrush holder offers an inexpensive way to organise your bathroom.

This double wall tumbler toothbrush holder can be mounted to your walls which helps to remove clutter  on your bathroom surfaces.

lady Bug Toothbrush holder

5. Lady Bug Toothbrush holder

If you have kids in the house they will love this colourful eye-catching lady bug toothbrush holder.

These will make brushing teeth an enjoyable task for your kids.

Storing your toothbrushes when you are travelling or away from home can be a bit challenging but there are simple ways you can store your toothbrush such as using these toothbrush head covers cases or these toothbrush travelling cases.

Remember when storing your toothbrush store them as far away from the toilet seat as you don’t want any germs spreading to your toothbrush after flashing the toilet.

Over to you…

How often do you change your toothbrush?

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