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If you’re looking for tips on how to keep electric toothbrushes clean, look no further. In this article, we’ll explain everything you need to know about cleaning and maintaining your electric toothbrush.
It is important to clean your electic toothbrush in order to maintain it properly. A good first step is to make sure that your toothbrush is and stays clean. You can do this by carefully cleaning your electic toothbrush.
The electicoothbrush has several components that all need attention in the cleaning process. There are the bristles, the toothbrush head, the handle and the steel drive shaft.
You can rinse the handle thoroughly after every use. You can do this with water. It is recommended that you give the handle of your toothbrush an extra clean. You will see that all the caked-on toothpaste residue will come off very easily and your handle will become very clean very quickly. There is no conclusive evidence about commercial cleaning agents that they make the toothbrush cleaner than when you rinse it after use.
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You can rinse the bristles and handle of your electric toothbrush with water. It is also advisable to disconnect the toothbrush head so that you can clean the steel drive shaft as well. Before replacing the toothbrush head, it is important to dry each separate element. Once all parts are dry, you can click them back together again. Then let the toothbrush dry in an upright position.
Like all products you use, it is very important to maintain your electric toothbrush. Did you know that a electic toothbrush contains many bacteria if not properly maintained? A common bacteria on toothbrushes is E-coli. If these bacteria attach themselves to the toothbrush, there is a chance that you will invite them into your mouth while brushing. This can seriously affect your oral hygiene and even lead to gum inflammation. This can escalate into all kinds of complaints. Don’t let it get to that point and clean your electric toothbrush regularly and thoroughly.
Just like you get your car MOT’d every year to make sure you’re safe on the road, you should also check your toothbrush. But instead of an annual inspection, you should do it quarterly. Replace the electric toothbrush every three to four months. Even if you have always maintained it well, it is important to replace it. Even though it has been well maintained, it is important to replace it as the bristles will weaken and affect your brushing over time.
It is also recommended that you keep your electric toothbrush in an open container when you are not using it. This way you minimize the exposure of the toothbrush to any bacteria.
Frequently asked questions
How to Clean My Electric Toothbrush
Disconnect all parts and clean them individually. Let the parts dry thoroughly before reassembling the toothbrush.
How can I clean my brush head?
Rinse the brush head with water. Don't forget the bottom of the brush head. It is not necessary to use any additional cleaning products to clean the brush head. You can clean the handle with bleach but do not clean the brush head. Just warm water will do.
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