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Cleaning with a Toothbrush

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We have cleaned so many buildings and have always taken with us a special tool in our cleaning caddy, the toothbrush. In recent times where many of us are looking to be more sustainable; throw away less waste, especially plastics, we think it is the right time to look at keeping your old toothbrushes for cleaning. It doesn’t matter what shape or hardness or size, there is always going to be a use for your old toothbrush. We have tested various toothbrushes and realised that they are an essential part of cleaning. Without one of them in your cleaning caddy, you are not ready to go and your cleaning will most likely take longer or be inadequate.

What can you do with your old toothbrush? Clean faster and better with it. So, when it comes to cleaning your bathroom shower, for example, a cleaning brush is very helpful in reaching those tight areas.

Areas that definitely need the brush are:

  • Grout
  • Toilet seat hinges
  • Taps and sink plughole
  • The gaps between shower fittings
  • shower screen seal
  • Door ridges.
  • Window seal and frames.

Some eco-friendly alternatives to help clean those small areas…
Environmental Bamboo Toothbrush


Tio Toothbrush with Reusable Handle


Brush with Bamboo Toothbrush



So, What is the point here? We believe until you start using a brush while cleaning, you will not understand how much time and effort you can save. You will certainly clean a whole lot better. Here is a really good example of what cleaning with a toothbrush can do- How to clean your bathroom taps

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