Bacteria in toothbrush





When brushing the teeth the brush ends up storing various bacteria from the mouth, but there are other things that may be responsible for the accumulation and proliferation of bacteria in the toothbrush.
 

Bacteria in toothbrush
 
First of all, store it with a protector, but also leave it very wet or in the habit of opening the water with the lid of the toilet raised. Since in the latter case the water splashes from the toilet can spread through the air, causing the bacteria to spread throughout your bathroom.
 
The toilet can hold up to 3.2 million bacteria for every three square centimeters, but there are at least 200,000 more bacteria present in your toothbrush, according to Soakology.
 

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