Zero Germ sanitizes your toothbrush. Bad bacteria thrives in a toothbrush. That’s one of the reasons why you have to replace it at least ever six months. Yet, what can you do to keep the toothbrush clean before you replace it?

Kill 99% of the bacteria on a toothbrush every time before you use it by with Zero Germ toothbrush sanitizer.

Dentists sterilize their equipment. That brush that rotates when used for prophylaxis cleaning has no germs in it. All the equipment that is used in your oral cavity is germ-free so you know it is safe to use.

Saliva carries viruses. The bits and pieces of food that are stuck between the teeth which are removed during the brushing process are on the bristles of the brush before one rinses it off with water. Will the water sanitize the toothbrush? It will not.

The bacteria that causes bad breath may sometime be seen as the white film that covers your tongue. This bad bacteria thrives in the damp and dark environment of the mouth. Bacteria causes plaque and tartar. Washing the toothbrush with water won’t get rid of the bacteria.

It’s unhygienic to share a toothbrush. Of course, you are the only one who uses yours. Yet, every time you use it, the germs are still there. It doesn’t have to be shared to carry germs. Your toothbrush is a hot bed of germs - there is no doubt about it. Unless you use disposable toothbrushes each and every time, the one that you are using has these awful living things.

Most of us don’t have sterilizing equipment in our home. Now, there is a way to kill these germs on a toothbrush with the high technology provided by the ultra-violet light of Zero Germ.

Zero Germ toothbrush sanitizer kills E. Coli, Strep, Salmonella, the Simple Cold Virus plus the ones of the Swine Flu.

What you use to clean your teeth isn’t that clean unless it’s new or sanitized with the use of Zero Germ. When you purchase one, it comes with an FDA Approved toothbrush. Clean your teeth the sanitized way by using Zero Germ.