How To Clean Your Child’s Toothbrush?
It’s a known fact – Your child’s toothbrush (and yours) should be changed every 3 months, or after your child has been sick.
After cleaning the teeth and tongue (the mouth arguably being one of the germiest* places in the human body), is rinsing the toothbrush with water enough?
The answer is a resounding NO!!
Therefore, cleaning your child’s toothbrush once a week is very important.
We have noticed that a few ways have been mentioned on the internet about how to clean the toothbrushes. Let’s review them.
*Germiest – a new word (since language is a living thing) meaning ‘full of germs’
They’re more expensive than home remedies but one of the easiest ways of keeping the brush clean everyday. They are also ideal for children who chronically have a cold. You don’t have to throw the brush away every time your child gets a bout of cold. And you also know that you’re not reintroducing the bacteria back into your babies mouth. They are available online easily.
- Dentist Auntie recommends
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