…and toothbrush holders?
Our personal and oral hygiene is very important and we should wash our hands often, for at least twenty seconds and brush our teeth daily, right? According to a 2011 study done by NFS International, toothbrush holders can contain the highest amount of viral bacteria, germs and microbes in our bathroom, can you believe it?
“People usually remember to clean their toothbrush, but what about the holder where it’s stored?” asks Varner. Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to clean. “Rinse the holder with hot water and use a clean cloth to wipe down the outside. Next, fill the toothbrush holder with an antibacterial mouthwash, allowing it to sit for two minutes. Rinse and run the holder underwater and let it air dry.”