How do I refill my TOOB?

It’s so easy to use:

  1. Take the tube out of the handle.
  2. Unscrew the bottom of the Toob Brush’s tube, attach it to a tube of toothpaste, and fill it up.
  3. Screw the bottom of the tube back on, and put it back inside the Toob Brush’s handle.

How many brushes are in a travel tube of toothpaste?

Typical travel-size toothpaste tubes hold about 3.4 ounces, the maximum amount of fluids the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) allows you to carry on board a flight. If you are using the recommended amount and brushing two times a day, a 3.4-ounce tube will last for 9–10 brushings or about five days.

How do you store a travel toothbrush?

Storage to Avoid After use, make sure to rinse off all the excess toothpaste that has been left. Avoid storing your toothbrush in a plastic ziploc bag, even while traveling. There should be at least some ventilation given, especially if the toothbrush is packed up while it is still damp.

How long will travel toothpaste last?

Getting to the Numbers 85 ounce (24g) of toothpaste, you’d be able to get up to 42.5 uses out of it, which translates into 14 days. If you follow the pea size recommendation, though, you can get up to 28 days of usage out of one tube, based on the standard frequency of two brushes per day.

How long should 4 oz toothpaste last?

In fact, the ADA recommends brushing your teeth twice a day, for at least two minutes each brush, for optimum oral health. At this rate, a 3.4oz tube of toothpaste should last you around 40 days, or 80 uses.

How do you keep your toothbrush germ free?

The most basic go-to method of sanitizing your toothbrush is to run hot water over the bristles before and after each use. This gets rid of bacteria that may have collected on the toothbrush in the hours between brushings. It also eliminates new bacteria which may have accumulated after each use.

How long should a tube of toothpaste last one person?

Different brands of travel-size toothpaste tubes are very similar. Any one of them should last for about 48 days if you use the recommended pea-sized amount twice a day. ( To determine the number of applications for your tube of toothpaste, take the content weight in grams and divide by 0.25.)

Do I floss before brushing?

So the best advice is to floss before you brush. It makes perfect sense because the floss will dislodge the debris in those hard-to-reach places and leave them ready for your toothbrush and toothpaste to get rid of. Once you’ve flossed, brushed, and spit, a lot more particulate matter is eliminated.

Is it sanitary to keep your toothbrush in the bathroom?

“In order for this to be a problem, the bacteria in the bathroom would have to be airborne. Bacteria found in urine and stool are not. So unless you’re scrubbing your toilet bowl with your toothbrush, you’re safe,” says Lowenberg. So we’re safe from poop toothbrushes.