Cleaning your electric toothbrush will ensure you are keeping your teeth clean with every brush. Below are a collection of tips to keep your tooth and toothbrush clean.
Cleaning Your Brush You have the option to rinse your brush thoroughly after each use or you can purchase a brush sanitizer.If you choose to go the sanitizer route be sure to find one that is approved by the FDA.
Here is a list of FDA approved sanitizers.
Proper Storage & Maintenance
Make sure to keep you brush covered on the road by using a travel case. This will prevent any unwanted residue or germs to collect in the brush. In your bathroom you may simply store your brush upright in a cup holder. The air will allow it to dry and prevent bacteria build up.
To ensure your brush heads last as long as possible you must be aware of how much pressure you use when you brush. Too much pressure may damage bristles. Electric toothbrush heads must be replaced every 3 months.
If you think you have damaged bristles or need a brush head replacement please go here.
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