Toothbrush Hygiene


Toothbrush hygiene:
A 2012 study from Manchester University in England found that a toothbrush may house more than 10 million bacteria. To keep your toothbrush as germ-free as possible, rinse and air-dry it after each use, and, if you choose to store it in the bathroom, use a toothbrush cover, and close the toilet lid before you flush. It is also recommended not to store the toothbrush directly next to the toilet.