Toothbrush holders

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Toothbrush cup MINDSET, mineral grey, Brabantia BRAB303241
Toothbrush cup MINDSET, mineral white, Brabantia BRAB303265
Toothbrush cup MODO, black, Blomus
30,55 €
Toothbrush cup MODO, dark grey, Blomus
30,55 €
Toothbrush cup MODO, light grey, Blomus
30,55 €
Toothbrush cup MODO, warm grey, Blomus
30,55 €
Toothbrush cup RENEW, soft beige, Brabantia BRAB223341
Toothbrush cup SONO, black, Blomus
20,35 €
Toothbrush cup SONO, Cream, Blomus
20,35 €
Toothbrush cup SONO, dark grey, Blomus
20,35 €
Toothbrush cup SONO, Light Grey, Blomus
20,35 €
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Toothbrush holders – for a perfect organisation of your bathroom

Toothbrush holders are practical bathroom accessories designed to hold toothbrushes and other dental hygiene materials such as toothpaste. They generally come in a range of sizes, shapes and colours and are made from many different materials including plastic, glass, porcelain, ceramic, stainless steel, or metal. Toothbrush holders can be freestanding (to be put on a bathroom top or washbasin) or made to be mounted on a wall or mirror.

Toothbrush holders can help keep dental hygiene supplies organised and handy. Additionally, they can prevent the transmission of germs by separating and storing toothbrushes upright so they can dry out in between uses.

In Kulina you will find many models of toothbrush holders from well-known producers including Blomus, Brabantia, and Joseph Joseph. They are often available as an element of a bigger bathroom accessories collection and can be bought together with matching soap dispensers, soap dishes, and toilet paper holders. Check them out and give your bathroom an elegant look!

What is the best way to store a toothbrush?

The ideal spot to store a toothbrush is in a holder or cup that is made to keep it upright and separate from other toothbrushes. Here are some pointers for maintaining toothbrushes properly:

  • Separate the toothbrushes: If possible, store the toothbrushes separately to prevent the transmission of bacteria and germs.
  • Use a cup or holder: Toothbrush holders or cups are made to keep toothbrushes upright and away from other bathroom elements.
  • Keep toothbrushes dry: Brushes should be properly rinsed with water after use, and any extra water should be shaken off. The toothbrush should then be kept in a holder so that it can get dry.
  • Avoid sharing toothbrushes: It's crucial to use your own toothbrush and avoid using others'. Sharing toothbrushes can transfer bacteria and germs.
  • Regularly replace toothbrushes: Every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles start to fray or wear out, toothbrushes should be changed.

How long does a toothbrush last?

Your toothbrush should be replaced every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles start to fray or wear out, according to the British Dental Association.

This is because a toothbrush's bristles can lose some of their ability to effectively remove plaque and germs from teeth and gums over time.

Additionally, it's crucial to periodically clean your toothbrush by washing it with water after each use and putting it in a toothbrush holder where it can air dry. It is also important to clean the toothbrush holders regularly because the water that runs off the toothbrushes accumulates in them.