After use, the toothbrush should be thoroughly cleaned to get rid of possible bacteria and viruses that appear during brushing. Dentists recommend to rinse your toothbrush with mouth rinse or with tap water.
While storing always put your toothbrush in a vertical position to allow it to air dry naturally. Keep the brushes separated. Use a personal toothbrush holder for each member of the family. Do not store them in a closed container to prevent growth of bacteria.
Do not share your toothbrush with another person. Buy toothbrushes of different colors to avoid sharing between members of the family.
After 2 months of use throw a toothbrush in the trash. Replace the toothbrush each time you get sick.
If you travel a lot, dry your toothbrush before packing it into a travel container.