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Cleaning around the toilet is a chore every day.
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Wipe the moisture around the cup and toothbrush and change the towel…
I want to make cleaning a busy morning a little easier! i think
So this time I changed my toothbrush to a new storage method.
By the way, I improved another thing that I was worried about.
If you have a big family, are you confused about which toothbrush is the best, even if the colors are different?
This time I attached a name tag to my toothbrush.
As for how I did it, yes.
It’s easy because you just replace it when you throw away your toothbrush ☆
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Replacing it with a MUJI toothbrush holder made brushing easier than the type I used before…
Here is an article from that time. → Think about where to put the set of toothbrushes
But still the MUJI toothbrush stand is dripping with water… Each brush was a pain to pick up, wash with water, wipe back and so on!
So this time I changed the toothbrush storage as follows (･∀･)
yes. Hang up! This is a strategy.
How to hang it?♪
Any thread will do. Make a loop with the thread and hook it to the hook.
I was wondering if I could do this with what I had at home without buying as much as possible.
I thought plastic would be good so I searched the house and found this.
This is an item called a tie that I bought from Daiso years ago.
I think the different lengths are sold at any store for ¥100 at home centers.
This means that if you put it through the hole, it won’t come out again.
It is disposable, but in the hole of a toothbrush.
Skip it like this and cut the excess thread. (I later cut it more narrowly.)
Then you can hook it.
For toothbrushes that don’t have holes (there are quite a few!), use two crossed cable ties.
If you do it this way, it’s perfect! But the next time I buy a toothbrush, I’ll make sure it has a hole in it (laughs).
If you hang it this way, you can clean the sink by simply wiping it down, making cleaning a lot easier than before.
Also, I thought about it, but I want to name my toothbrush (laughs)
Anything goes with this binding tape, so all you have to do is pass something that serves as a mark.
For young children, buttons of their favorite characters can be used or the colors can be coded with beads of their favorite colors.
I looked around the house thinking plastic would be good because it has water around it.
I prefer one that can be cut to any size with scissors.
・Plastic food packaging (slightly thicker)
· clear the file
I came up with something like this, but I have some extra at home, so I decided to give it a try.
This is a silicon cup to put in lunch.
Since it can be washed and used multiple times, I thought I wouldn’t need that much.
Cut the bottom of the silicone cup in the shape of a circle with scissors and make a hole.
Create a tag like this ↓I tried to write “mom” (laughs)← Because I can’t put my name on the blog.
I wrote this with an oil pen but it’s thin and I can’t write well (；´D｀)
The names of the others have not yet been released.
Hmmm. I wonder if there is a better way.
It would be good to put a sticker with the name of the land on the plastic plate.
If you have any good ideas, let me know~♪
Yes Yes! Shops sell plastic card rings for ¥100.
I think it would be nice to use this instead of a bandage ♪ It’s colorful and cute ♪
It’s more fashionable than a bandage (laughs)
But this time I thought about things I had at home instead of buying them and it turned out like this ヾ(´ω｀＝´ω｀)ﾉ
I don’t like metal when it rusts, so I think plastic is better.
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In addition, this time I specifically pushed him away so that no photos would be taken (laughs).
I also figured out how to flip a cup over in the bathroom.
I will introduce them next time☆
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