COVID-19 is a new disease and we’re still learning how it spreads. The virus is thought to spread when infected people sneeze or cough, and possibly by touching contaminated surfaces. It may also be found in saliva. So when you’re sick and brush your teeth, germs end up on your toothbrush. If it’s stored in a shared toothbrush holder, germs could spread. Fairywill's tooth brushes allows you to protect yourself to keep you and your love ones healthy and safe.
It is best to isolate your toothbrush avoid side-by-side storage.
Wash your hands before and after brushing or flossing - You can also use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Never touch your mouth or brush and floss your teeth before first washing your hands thoroughly.
Disinfect the handle - After using your toothbrush, wipe the handle with a safe disinfectant. According to the National Institutes of Health, the coronavirus can live for 2 to 3 days on plastic, and it is possible to get the virus from touching contaminated surfaces.
Don’t contaminate the toothpaste - Don’t touch the tip of the tube directly onto your toothbrush. Squeeze a bit of toothpaste onto a Q-tip or piece of wax paper, then apply it to the bristles. Remember, you only need a pea-sized amount.
Never share a toothbrush - Toothbrushes can still have germs on them even after being visibly rinsed clean.
Trash your toothbrush head after being sick - With an electric toothbrush, just replace the head.
We are a community, hope we will be able to work together to overcome difficulties. Best wishes for everyone.