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How to Clean Your Toothbrush

By ashleyhackshaw |

 

Have you cleaned your toothbrush lately?

I clean mine every few days. I buy economy sized of 3% hydrogen peroxide (I get mine at Costco)…pour a little in a cup and stick the head of the toothbrush into it for about 5 or 10 minutes….you’ll see it working!  Hydrogen peroxide has antibacterial properties that will kill off any bad germs!

 

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Ashley Hackshaw is the editor, designer, and DIYer behind the wildly popular Lil Blue Boo. She runs the successful Lil Blue Boo clothing line, clothing pattern line and DIY website, and she’s written The Cancer Chronicles, a detailed journey of her battle with a rare cancer Choriocarcinoma, intertwined with her creative lifestyle. Ashley also writes daily for Babble Home. Read bio and latest posts → Read Ashley's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “How to Clean Your Toothbrush

  1. Nicole Bowen says:

    Reminder! From a former dental assistant/hygienist, and now a SAHM and Dentists wife…. You should still change your toothbrush every 3 months.

  2. Kari H says:

    And be sure to store it covered, in a drawer or something.. because when you flush the toilet, fecal matter microscopically sprays in a 10 foot radius. Yum, eh? I replace my toothbrush every 4 weeks, too. I will definitely start cleaning it every week, too!!!

  3. Janet says:

    I’ll have to try that. However, how do you then get the hydrogen peroxide off the brush? Just rinsing and rinsing?

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