What's the most sanitary way to store my toothbrush?

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Have you ever noticed the short distance between your toilet and your toothbrush on your counter? It’s important to keep your toothbrush where it can get the least amount of bacteria possible.

Did you know that the best place to store your toothbrush is in a cabinet, upright. Or, in a closed area where it can dry without touching other brushes or being exposed to micro-particulates from the toilet. The American Dental Association emphasizes that although toothbrushes have been found to carry bacteria (including from feces), there is no solid proof that this will actually harm you.

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