Recycle and Reuse Your Toothbrush

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  2. It is recommended that we change our toothbrush every 4 – 6 months but instead of just throwing it away and having it end up in some landfill somewhere why not put it to better use. 
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    You should change your toothbrush every 2-3 months…..some people go years on 1….iick!
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    I have 4 of the exact same toothbrush. Same color and everything. Think I have some issues with change?
  5. So don’t dispose, convert into small cleaning brushes.
  6. Toothbrushes are not only very well designed to reach in and scrub those molars but also great for hard-to-reach corners in our homes.
  7. Make sure however that once you have decided to use an old tooth brush for household cleaning purposes that you clean it with bleach, clearly mark it ‘FOR CLEANING’ and store it in a place well away from the bathroom. You really want to ensure that no one mistakes it for its previous function…EWE!
  8. An old toothbrush is a great tool for:
  9. Scrubbing in set-in stains.
  10. Polishing your shoes.
  11. Cleaning build up between kitchen tiles.
  12. Polishing and cleaning diamonds and jewelry.
  13. Here is a short clip from Youtube demonstrating the toothbrush as an effective cleaning tool.
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    Cleaning Tips – Using old toothbrush to clean hard to reach places
  15. So this is not only another handy cleaning tip for your home but great a reminder to change your toothbrush and maintain your dental hygiene. 
  16. For more on how to reuse your toothbrush check out this link.
  17. For more household tips check out The Handy Andy Pocket Shop
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