Teach Your Kids About Hygene with the Flipper Toothbush Holder

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IMG_1295Here is something really gross that I bet you didn’t know: every time you flush the toilet droplets of contaminated water spray into the air and land on bathroom surfaces and items on the countertop like toothbrushes. I just found this out but luckily I have protection: The Flipper Toothbrush Holder, a unique, easy-to-use toothbrush holder.

I recently received the Hello Kitty Flipper and gave it to my six-year-old daughter to try out. She figured out immediately how to use is and is now very aware of not leaving her toothbrush out in the open. The Flipper opens when you gently pull the toothbrush handle and closes automatically when you put the toothbrush in. You can view a demo here.

The Flipper is vertical so whatever water is left on the toothbrush just trickles down and doesn’t stay on. It has suction cups on the back which attach easily to tiles, glass or the bathroom mirror. Even my adult-sized toothbrush fits perfectly in it, not that I would ever consider using a Hello Kitty toothbrush holder (ahem).

Here are more toothbrush holders:

The Flippers are so affordable you can get one for each member of your family (and they also make great stocking stuffers). For adults you can get the Bean or the mini NFL helmets toothbrush holders as well as razor holders in solid colors (white, pink and blue).

You can purchase the Flipper Toothbrush Holder here for $5.98 and well as on the site.

I was not compensated for this post. I received a sample.

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