Our toothbrushes are like our diaries, we get personal when it is touched by anyone, an underrated silent companion, our microphone in the bathroom. So what do we do when our toothbrushes are overused, worn out? The first thought is to throw it into the dustbin since it has outlived its usefulness because it looks like what harmattan breeze has blown, what if I told you that there are other uses for that old toothbrush which you probably never thought about.
Brush your eyebrows with your used toothbrush
Thinking of what to use your old toothbrush to do, if you are a lady, this is perfect for you. Convert that old junk into a new found treasure for your eyebrows, to be used before you apply your make up, or should you choose to go with no make up (do not try this if you do not have full eye brows).
Clean dirt off tiles
Tiles are a necessary evil to give any bathroom that exquisite finishing touch. In the process of cleaning the tiles, there’s always dirt that gets stuck in between the tiles, put your old toothbrush to good use and scrub that dirt out.
Apply hair dye with your used toothbrush
Gone to a barber’s salon before and noticed them use toothbrushes to apply dye? Don’t worry it’s not weird, as both male and female can make use of this unsung hero to apply hair dye.
Clean your nails
Individuals that walk around with long nails usually have a hard time getting dirt out of those tiny spots, a toothbrush is perfect as a handy nail brush, because it can reach deep down and because of the bristles scrub out dirt that hides away in your nails.
Toilet seat cleaning
One difficult part about cleaning the toilet is cleaning of the toilet seat. You know the hinges on your toilet seat? It’s a grim place to clean but a toothbrush makes it easier to get your seat shiny and clean.
The way the world is going, recycling is the new trend, so do not just throw your junk away, simply recycle it.