Million-Germ-Eliminating Toothbrush Sanitizer

by Anita

I do not know about you, but I always wondered if my toothbrush could be holding germs from when I had a cold or if germs would build up on it while it is sitting there all wet from brushing my teeth. Well, now the Journal of the American Dental Association has proven what I feared. From their studies, contaminated toothbrushes can transmit viruses and bacteria besides harboring these germs. These germs can cause systemic local and oral inflammatory diseases. Yuck!!

Well, now with the invention of the Million-Germ-Eliminating Toothbrush Sanitizer, our worries are over and we can fell safer. This small device uses proven germicidal UV technology, the same that is used in dental offices and hospitals throughout the world to sanitize all their instruments. It will rid your toothbrush of 99.8 percent of household germs that can attach to your toothbrush, which includes streptococcus, E. coli, and salmonella.

The Million-Germ-Eliminating Toothbrush Sanitizer will kill mold, spores, bacteria, and viruses on four toothbrushes at once in about 10 minutes. It is a very compact unit only taking up 3 ½ inches about the same size as your soap dish.

All you have to do to use the Million-Germ-Eliminating Toothbrush Sanitizer is to push a button and it will automatically shut off after the sanitizing is complete.

The Million-Germ-Eliminating Toothbrush Sanitizer is very simple to clean with a drip cup that you remove. There are separate slots for each toothbrush so there is no chance of contamination from one toothbrush to attach other.

For children’s smaller toothbrushes, you will receive inserts so the smaller ones will fit perfectly. You can find the Million-Germ-Eliminating Toothbrush Sanitizer online at for $49.95 and save yourself money instead of visiting the dentist or doctor from viruses.

6 reviews or comments

Rootman Says: January 15, 2006 at 7:10 pm

Isn’t it easier just to dip your toothbrush in mouth wash before using it? Should kill just as many germs.

Al Says: January 16, 2006 at 11:47 am

Yeah but that’s too sensible and not gadgety 🙂

Anita Says: January 16, 2006 at 11:58 am

Right, and if you could just use mouthwash for santizing them the hopitals instruments would be minty smelling. 🙂

Bob Jobs Says: March 20, 2007 at 9:23 pm

I’ve recently published an article on toothbrushes that will make your heads spin. It’s common sense folks. What you can do to protect yourself is simpler than you think and costs barely anything. Furthermore, all dentists use it. My article sky-rocketed to number one at and discusses how and why toothbrushes can become potential germ-bombs in as little as 3 days. I don’t mean to alarm you, but it would be terribly irresponsible of me to not share what I’ve discovered. Trust me. Read my article and you’ll become a believer.

oral b tooth brushes Says: December 16, 2009 at 8:32 pm

Thank for information.

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