Written by Bonnie Roberts (last updated March 16, 2020)
I really haven't thought much about cleaning my toothbrush. I rinse it off after I use it, but is that really enough? I don't want to keep putting a germ-laden brush back into my mouth every day. Some of you may have a more urgent reason to clean your toothbrush, such as if your kids threw it in the toilet. In that case, I would recommend just throwing it away and buying a new one. Otherwise, if you're like me, no matter how well you disinfect it, you'll always remember that it has been in the toilet. That's just not something you want to think about while brushing your teeth.
If you feel your toothbrush needs to be cleaned, try one of these popular methods:
Once your toothbrush is clean, use the following tips to maintain it, and you probably won't have to drastically clean it again.
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