Rounded Nylon bristles (SOFT) for superior cleaning
Ergonomic handle made from 100% Corn Starch (Non GMO!)
1. Break off toothbrush head.
2. Discard thoughtfully. Check with local recycling programs if suitable (Nylon is recyclable).
3. Place the rest of the toothbrush into your compost.
Typically takes 90 days to break down in a commercial compost.
You have made the right choice - any way you dispose of this, you can be sure that these toothbrushes will not be land-fill for millions of years to come - unlike many toothbrushes in use today.
Please note: The Jack N' Jill Bio Brush cannot be sterilised in boiling water or microwave. See care & handling for details.
Care and handling:
Sterilizing Your Toothbrush
Plaque, as well as the interior of the mouth, contains many micro-organisms. Inevitably, these micro-organisms become trapped between the bristles of your toothbrush. Because your toothbrush is often in a moist environment, bacterial growth can flourish. That's why it's imperative to keep your toothbrush clean and to sterilize it regularly.
We recommend replacing toothbrushes every 8 weeks and after illness.
Please note: The Jack N' Jill Bio Brush cannot be sterilised in boiling water or microwave.
**Hydrogen Peroxide 3% is widely available from pharmacies.
About Hydrogen Peroxide:
Hydrogen Peroxide 3% has mild and safe antimicrobial properties. It quickly breaks down to water & oxygen. It can also work as a bleach, so care must be taken when handling. As with any product of this nature, open with care and make sure cap is pointing away from body.Hydrogen Peroxide is not to be ingested.