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HEALTH BEGINS IN THE MOUTH!



How a Toothbrush Sanitizer Makes Your Whole Body Healthier and Happier



Without a toothbrush sanitizer there is bacteria breeding and swarming all over your toothbrush right
now unless you've got a STERIPOD in place! To put it bluntly, on any given day, there are E.coli bacteria
in your toilet. When your toilet is used and flushed, these bacteria (and lots of other microbes) go
airborne. Bacteria proliferate rapidly, putting their numbers into the millions. Now is the time to get a
toothbrush UV sanitizer.



THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN YOUR TOILET AND YOUR TOOTHBRUSH: YOU PROBABLY DISINFECT YOUR
TOILET ONCE IN A WHILE.



Chances are, you scrub your tub, tiles and toilet weekly. When was the last time you sanitized your
toothbrush with a toothbrush sanitizer? A rinse under the tap after brushing simply isn't enough. Of
course, we all use a toothbrush to feel clean, and to keep our teeth and mouth healthy. But here's the
thing: the toothbrush, which is all about being clean, may actually be your dirtiest little secret.



WHY YOUR TOOTHBRUSH IS THE DIRTIEST SPOT IN YOUR HOUSE



It may sound shocking, but it's probably true. Your toothbrush is generally damp. It's wet when you use
it, then you rinse it and store it. Bathrooms in general are damp, steamy, and poorly ventilated%u201A
ideal breeding-grounds for bacteria and more. So, the bristles of your damp toothbrush naturally
contain bacteria from your mouth. The damp bristles also act like a magnet for everything in the air
around your toothbrush. Microbes%u201A bacteria, viruses, mold spores, fungi, yeasts and more also
proliferate rapidly, all over your counters, tiles and surfaces, and soon find their way to your toothbrush.
And if you place your brush next to other damp brushes, colonies of microbes from those other
toothbrushes travel to yours. And, if someone sneezes or coughs near your toothbrush, even if they
don't touch it, the contents of that sneeze or cough land on your bristles.



The result: every time you brush with an unprotected, unsanitized toothbrush, you're introducing vast
new colonies of microbes directly into your mouth! Many of these germs may result in infection, ranging
from tummy-trouble to cold and sniffles to flu. STERIPOD, the toothbrush sanitizer, clip-on, safety
helmet%u201A for a cleaner toothbrush, is the first line of defense.



WHAT ELSE IS ON MY EXPOSED TOOTHBRUSH?



Unless your toothbrush (manual or electric) is safely protected by a STERIPOD toothbrush sanitizer,
everything in the atmosphere of the bathroom or wherever your toothbrush is used or stored will land
on the bristles of your brush. In addition to billions of bugs, this also includes the micro-particles and
environmental fumes from industrial building supplies%u201A superfine dust from asbestos, metals,
formaldehyde, toxic adhesives used in laminates and carpets, chemicals used in commercial textiles, and
more.



And think about the aerosol room deodorizers we all use every day to cover up bathroom smells. Those
synthetic mists of country apple and white-linen fragrances aren't really meant to be consumed via
mouth. But any airborne particles gravitate to water, and wet surfaces, like your toothbrush.



The risk of picking up pathogens and environmental toxins increases when your toothbrush leaves
home. From a dental health standpoint, it's great to have multiple toothbrushes: one in the handbag or
briefcase, one in the glove-compartment of the car, one at the office, one in the gym locker. For every
toothbrush you use, multiply your exposure to potential all of the above x 100. So, use a toothbrush UV
sanitizer to prevent your exposure of unwanted elements.

								
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