Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Glass Shard, Jun 23, 2021.
How long does it take for your tooth brush to look like this?
for me 2-3 months
3-5 months depending on type of brush. I usually use the soft and slim toothbrush from Systema
This thread reminds me it's time to replace my toothbrush; it has developed a very prominent cowlick.
A half a year, at most, is what it takes to get to that state.
Roughly 2-3 months for me too, though I usually change it when it reaches that point~
I replace my tootbrush more because I feel like I had them a long time so I'm supposed to? They don't get that ruffled ever, maybe depends on which ones are you using. I think I buy medium ones(softness).
Wait, You guys are changing toothbrush?
wait.... you dont!!??
The only time I change my tooth bursh is when it goes missing.
All my previous ones had hard bristles and went bad within 2 months.
The recent one has soft and comfy bristles and has been in the same state eva since the purchase~(3 months)
I wouldn't know I have electric tooth brush and I bought a box of head replacements that will take me years to finish. ive been using it since 2015. It come in sets of 3 heads for different purposes. the toothbrush came with one that is permanent for flossing it has a latch to replace the floss string.
Spoiler: Like this one
I really don't know, since you should be changing toothbrushes every 3 months. I think my toothbrush can come to that state after a few years?
Years... Tho I don't think I've ever used a toothbrush that much long that it'd become like that...
2-3 months then I change it
I usually replace my tooth brush before it get to this point.
I brush my teeth regularly and honestly. My toothbrush never reached that point ahahah. I usually change it every 2 month or simply when i notice that the toothbrush starts to fall apart
I'm afraid that your toothbrush might be more bacteria than it is plastic now lol
Aye partner, same goes for me.
Like 3 months, maybe... but I don't change it as soon as it gets frayed, I only change it every year or so >.>;;
Is that bad, haha...?
...never ( o_o)
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