Perfect Cleanliness for Your Toothbrush
Toothbrush Holder With UV Sterilizer is a 3-in-1 device
✅ Toothbrush holder
✅ Antibacterial sterilizer
✅ Toothpaste squeezer
This innovative UV sterilizer kills up to 99% of bacteria located on your toothbrush. That means a fresh and clean toothbrush every time you use it.
✅ Professional UV lamp to effectively sterilize and kill germs.
✅ Sterilization rate 99% with Toothbrush Holder With UV Sterilizer
✅ Produces ozon to achieve a bactericidal effect.
Toothbrush Holder With UV Sterilizer only takes only 4 minutes to disinfect.
After disinfection is completed, a built-in smart chip will ensure the UV feature powers off to prevent electricity overuse.
This Toothbrush Holder With UV Sterilizer is designed to hold 5 toothbrushes at once.
A built-in vacuum pump also helps to automatically dispense a proper amount of toothpaste.
This helps reduce the waste of toothpaste and accidental spills.
The holder conveniently opens by pressing a button.
The UV sterilizer automatically switches off after 4 minutes.
Material: ABS, UV lamp, electronic elements
Adapter Input: 100-240V 50/60Hz; Output: 9V 509mA
Plug Type: US Plug
UV Light Power: 7W
Color: White + Gray
Weight: 12.7oz / 360g
Toothbrush Holder Size: 9 x 2.2 x 2.6in / 23 x 5.6 x 6.5cm
Toothpaste Dispenser Size: 5.1 x 2.2in / 13 x 5.6cm
1 x Toothbrush Sterilizer + Toothpaste Dispenser
1 x Adapter
1 x Adhesive Pad
Here are a few important tips for keeping your toothbrush clean.
- Using mouthwash before brushing your teeth helps a lot. Mouthwashes are antiseptic and are intended to help eliminate bacteria from the mouth, so if you rinse your mouth with mouthwash before you brush your teeth, you lessen the chances for as much bacteria to end up on your toothbrush.
- Rinse your toothbrush after brushing. Really rinse it – in clean, running water from the tap, not by jiggling it around in the glass of water you’ve just drunk from to rinse your mouth. Use your fingers to flick the bristles to make sure any food particles are removed.
- Don’t store your toothbrush in the medicine cabinet, bathroom drawers, or any closed containers. Cool, dark, damp places – such as the insides of bathroom cupboards – are prime places for microorganism growth.
- Replace your toothbrush after you’ve been sick. This will minimise the possibility of you becoming reinfected.
- Replace your toothbrush every three months. They can potentially harbour more bacteria when bristles wear down.
- Don’t share toothbrushes with friends or family members. Only use your own toothbrush and keep it in good condition to keep yourself hygienic.
Step 1 – Get the Right Tools to brush your teeth
First thing’s first; you need toothpaste, toothbrush and floss that work for your teeth. This means picking dental tools that won’t irritate your gums, resulting in problems and even diseases like gingivitis. Consult a dentist if necessary.
Step 2 – Brush in Circles for effective cleaning
The most common mistake people make when brushing their teeth is brushing back and forth and not in a circular motion. When you brush in a circular motion you are better able to clean your gums. Also, by brushing with circles you are more likely to maintain your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle into the gums.
Step 3 – Clean Inner Surfaces of teeth
Once the previous step’s done, you’ll want to move on to the hard-to-reach, in-between areas: gaps in between your teeth, areas behind your rear teeth, etc. Here, use soft back-and-forth movements to avoid irritating your gums.
Step 4 – Clean Your Tongue properly
Once the previous 3 steps are done, make sure you’ve gotten rid of all the bacteria in your mouth by cleaning your tongue with your toothbrush.
Step 5 – Rinse thoroughly
Once you’ve cleaned your tongue and teeth, get rid of the lather you’ve worked up in your mouth by using either water or mouthwash.
Step 6 – Repeat the process
It normally takes you 3 to 5 minutes to clean your teeth properly. If it takes less, you did something wrong. It may help to time yourself to a song that’s about 4 minutes long to make sure you’re not rushing through the motions.
And there you have it: the 6 simple, easy-to-follow steps for brushing your teeth correctly.
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