Does boiling it make it germ-free? What’s the best place to store your toothbrush? We’re talking all that AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
Why Should You Clean Your Toothbrush? – 00:19
1. Hot Water – 01:03
2. Soaking – 01:42
3. Boiling – 02:14
4. Denture cleansers – 02:41
5. UV sterilizer – 03:19
So How Do You Disinfect Your Electric Toothbrush? – 03:51
How Do You Make Sure Your Brush Remains Clean At All Times? – 04:19
1. Hydrogen peroxide – 04:30
2. Have a personalized storage system – 05:04
3. Keep it away from your toilet – 05:23
4. Individual covers – 06:00
5. Toothpaste dispenser – 06:14
When to replace your toothbrush? – 06:31
1. Hot Water
Before putting on toothpaste, make sure to wash your brush under hot water. And I mean REALLY hot water. Lukewarm water just won't cut it here.
Mouthwashes are great for getting rid of that plaque and foul odor from your mouth. But this cleanser may have the same effect on your toothbrush. It's a cost-effective way to disinfect your brush.
I know it sounds weird, but it works! You can boil water in a pot on your stove, turn down the heat as it boils, and dip the head of your toothbrush in for 30 seconds. This should kill the bacteria pretty quickly.
4. Denture cleansers
Our markets are loaded with over-the-counter denture cleansers. There's a wide variety of flavors. You can use a denture cleaner in the form of tablets or liquids to clean your toothbrush. They have an antimicrobial effect and will free the toothbrush of plaque and bacteria.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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