Have you ever cleaned your family’s toothbrush holder? I mean, really cleaned it? I have, and I couldn’t believe what was inside! In fact, I was so disgusted, I threw it out! Since then, we’ve enjoyed a very simple and sanitary mason jar toothbrush holder in the bathroom. It’s been a smart solution to a disgusting problem—slimey mold and black mildew—that is more than happy to grow within the moist environment offered by traditional toothbrush holders.
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Mason Jar Toothbrush Holder
I mentioned our mason jar toothbrush holder about a month ago when I shared a kid’s craft tutorial for pumpkin suncatchers. A handful of readers have written emails asking to see a photograph because they too, are tired of germ-loving toothbrush holders.
To make your own mason jar toothbrush holder, you will need a mason jar with a ring and a mason jar frog lid insert. The frog lid insert separates the toothbrushes while allowing air to flow into the jar. I change the mason jar once or twice a week and simply toss the dirty one into the dishwasher.
So easy and so very clean!
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