Animal Toothbrush Holder
I love this toothbrush holder! It easily pops in and out without any trouble.
March 4, 2010
Looks exactly as I thought it would (bought it online) based on the picture and description. I think it will be well received - it is a stocking stuffer for Christmas.
December 15, 2010
toothbrushes within reach
This was great to stick to the wall so my toddlers could reach their own toothbrushes and put their own toothbrushes away. (They were crawling up on the bathroom counter in precarious positions in order to put their toothbrushes away before we got these.)
The kids can take ownership of their toothbrushes - my daughter's brush is always in the panda, my son's is always in the dog.
The downside is the damp air inside the dark animal body - the toothbrushes don't dry as quickly as if they were out in the open like a traditional toothbrush holder. I have to clean them often to keep on top of mold growth & toothpaste build-up inside.
February 1, 2011
The suction cup actually works
We have the giraffe for my 15 mo old and the dino for my 3 year old. We have them installed on the bathroom mirror so the kids can get them out and put them away themselves. The 15 mo old loves to brush her teeth so this thing gets quite the workout. They have not yet managed to pull them off the mirror yet (since getting them as stocking stuffers at christmas) despite lots of tugging.
The little doors open easily when they pull on the toothbrush handle and it closes with an exciting snap! when the toothbrush is pushed back in. The only difficulty is when it gets accidentally closed before the brush gets put back in. There is a tiny tab on the door to open it, but my daughter has a hard time with it and complains when I do it.
These holders are cute and colorful, keep the toothbrushes off the sink (and floor!) and allow the kids to help put things away.
February 15, 2011