We all have a certain way we brush our teeth. Some brush side to side or up and down, and others go in circles. That part only takes about a minute, but the real task is getting all the toothpaste foam out of your mouth. You can buy paper cups, but eventually you’ll have to toss them out. The next best option is to have a glass in the bathroom, but that’s still one more dish you’ll have to wash.
If all else fails, you can resort to cupping your hands together, or sipping straight from the tap, but that gets water all over the bathroom, and sometimes dribbles onto your shirt. Not such a great way to start a day, as that toothpaste foam will leave a stain on your clothes. The Rinser Toothbrush is such a simple fix for all of these issues, that paying $22 for one won’t be a problem. They have detachable heads so you won’t have to worry about a germ-covered toothbrush, and it has a scoop with a blow hole of sorts that will project water up to your mouth like a fountain. It may require a little more manual work on your part over an electric toothbrush, but to be free of another item such as a cup to clutter the bathroom sink, I’d say it’s worth it.