5 tips for keeping a clean toothbrush
1. Your toothbrush is not eternal
It may sound obvious, but a toothbrush has a limited life.
It should be renewed every three months or whenever the hair on the head shows signs of fatigue.
2. Long live the lonely toothbrush!
According to a study from the University of Manchester, a toothbrush is likely to harbor about 10 million bacteria!
So we avoid that the hair of different toothbrushes drying does not touch, so as not to promote cross-contamination.
Remember: you never share your toothbrush and do not store those of the whole family in the same pot after use if your container does not have separation compartments.
3. We rinse his toothbrush and let it dry in the open air
4. After a big cold, change your toothbrush
5.The station at the sink and … at the WC
If you take care of storing your toothbrush near or on your sink, beware of contaminations on the bristles due to splashing of the tap or induced by toilet flushing, open bowl (sensitive souls, we do not make your drawing!)
Be aware that every time you flush the toilet without using the flap, the projections produced rise up to 25 cm above the bowl and remain several seconds in suspension in the air…