Toothbrush Fountain (to Rinse Your Mouth) *DIY*PRETTY COOL*

6,040

109

26

Posted in HomeLife-hacks

Introduction: Toothbrush Fountain (to Rinse Your Mouth) *DIY*PRETTY COOL*

About: The best Lifehacks and Tutorials on YouTube

Today I'll show you how to build a toothbrush fountain to rinse your mouth after brushing your teeth.

All you need is your toothbrush and a wood or metal drill.....

Here the link to my video:

Toothbrush Fountain - Tutorial

It's a pretty cool thing and I wish that I get 100,000 views for this video/simple trick.

So please HELP ME :-D

Share

    Recommendations

    • Flowers Challenge

      Flowers Challenge
    • Make it Move Contest

      Make it Move Contest
    • Spotless Contest

      Spotless Contest
    user

    We have a be nice policy.
    Please be positive and constructive.

    Tips

    Questions

    26 Comments

    Unfortunately I've got an electric toothbrush that can't be drilled !

    1 reply

    ...that was my Deliberation :-D

    I will try this, and it's definitely a fun idea! Good job on the video.

    This might not work on my toothbrush because mine doesn't have a thick section in the middle like the one in the video.

    TBH though, I will probably just continue to put my face the 3 inches farther that it takes to rinse my mouth directly in the stream from the faucet, which is hands free, also haha

    1 reply

    Wasn't that on Kickstarter some time ago?

    Not saying you got the idea from others or suffer from cryptomnesia

    but if you do it might be a good idea to tell your readers.

    Anyway great idea.

    1 reply

    I have never seen a manual or tutorial to build yourself something like this.

    If it nevertheless should be somewhere, I'm sorry. THIS ONE is my very own version/instruction......but, THANKS for your comment.

    my kids would make a flood if they had this!! haha

    1 reply

    This is brilliant!!

    I'm predicting toothbrushes will start coming with this feature, if they don't already. So clever!

    3 replies

    I think you're right. They can use less plastic and call it a feature!

    I just saw one of these a few days ago on some random website. It's amazing that even in something as overdesigned as a toothbrush, new functions can be found.

    Good job Ehlers_TV!