Sterilize Your Travel Toothbrush
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Mickey G., who says:
“Used to get colds all the time while traveling. Realized that my travel toothbrush had been sitting wet and damp in my “dirty” bag for days at a time allowing whatever to fester and grow. Started using coffee maker or microwave in my hotels to boil water and put my tooth brush in before using to sterilize and my colds, etc., were no more.”
A great tip that I’ve never thought of! What I do is use one of those anti-bacterial covers that you can get on Amazon for under $5. Thanks, Mickey!
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