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5 Tips To Keep Your AutoBrush Running Forever

5 Tips To Keep Your AutoBrush Running Forever

  1. Wash your Brush Head Separately
  2. Change Out Brush Heads Every 2–3 Months
  3. Don’t Overcharge It
  4. Keep It In A Dry Place
  5. Use Our Foaming Toothpastes

1. Wash your Brush Head Separately

When cleaning your AutoBrush, you can extend its life by removing your brush head and cleaning it away from the unit as well as patting it dry after each cleaning. By doing this, you’re ensuring that excess water doesn’t get inside of your AutoBrush. We recommend cleaning your brush head after each use. Check out our video below on how to remove your brush head safely: 

 

2. Change Out Brush Heads Every 2–3 Months

Have you ever looked at your old toothbrush and thought to yourself that it had seen better days? Like toothbrushes, our brush heads need to be changed out every 2–3 months for optimal cleaning. By doing so, you’re ensuring that every cleaning session with your AutoBrush gives you a brighter smile and removes plaque buildup every time!

Did you know you can receive 10% off on our brush head subscriptions? Hint.. Hint…

 

Two bamboo toothbrushes in a glass jar, for AutoBrush blog

Like your toothbrush, your AutoBrush Brush Heads need to be replaced too!

3. Don’t Overcharge It

Your AutoBrush is built to last up to a week with only 90 minutes required between each charge. Overcharging, degrades the battery faster which can impact the overall lifespan of your AutoBrush’s battery. Simply put, only charge your AutoBrush once the battery is low.

 

4. Keep It In A Dry Place

Humidity causes the AutoBrush’s battery capsule to be exposed to a higher rate of oxidation, causing corrosion long term. Making sure the area surrounding your AutoBrush is dry will help reduce the risk of corrosion with your AutoBrush. Also don’t forget that when showering to ensure that your bathroom is properly ventilated.

 

Close up of bacteria, for AutoBrush blog

No one wants their AutoBrush to look like this!

5. Use Our Foaming Toothpastes

Because they’re awesome! But seriously, regular toothpaste contains abrasives that can harden on your AutoBrush if they’re not cleaned off properly. Our toothpastes contain an aqueous solution of foam that’s designed specifically for our AutoBrush. While you can use regular toothpaste, we highly recommend using our foaming toothpaste.

 

Dirty bathroom sink, for AutoBrush blog

Plus using our toothpastes guarantees that your sink doesn’t end up looking like this