‘This has changed my life’: Parents discover a ‘contactless’ toothpaste dispenser that stops kids from making a mess while brushing their teeth
- Parents are obsessing over a toothpaste dispenser that prevents mess and waste
- The $39.99 product automatically dispenses the perfect amount of toothpaste
- One Australian mum said the dispenser has changed her family’s life
Parents fed up with their kids making a mess after brushing their teeth have discovered a nifty gadget that automatically dispenses the perfect amount of toothpaste every time.
One mum asked fellow Australian parents on social media to help her deal with toothpaste-covered tubes her messy children always leave behind on the bathroom basin.
Some shoppers revealed they have been using a $39.99 MessFree toothpaste holder with a built-in contactless toothpaste dispenser.
Parents fed up with their kids making a mess after brushing their teeth have discovered a nifty gadget that automatically dispenses the perfect amount of toothpaste every time
Some shoppers revealed they have been using a $39.99 MessFree toothpaste holder with a built-in contactless toothpaste dispenser
The dispenser automatically squeezes the right amount of toothpaste directly onto a brush, preventing any wastage or mess.
‘We pretty much had the same problem, then we got this and it changed our lives,’ one mum wrote in a Facebook.
Another suggested: ‘Get a toothpaste dispenser. We recently got one, but before that our toothpastes was always messy.’
Other mums said there are cheaper alternatives on Amazon, including a $16.50 toothpaste dispenser which can dispense a small amount of toothpaste for kids or a larger amount for adults.
A mother who was ‘sick of wasting toothpaste’ created a genius hack for making sure her young children only use a small amount from the tube
The dispenser comes after a mum who was sick of wasting toothpaste created a clever system in the bathroom to ensure her daughter only uses a small amount from the tube.
The woman said she squeezed six toothpaste tubes into a soap dispenser for her four-year-old daughter to use – and she was amazed to find the clean up was less messy.
‘Sick of wasting toothpaste and the kid making a mess? Problem solved,’ she wrote in a Facebook group.
It’s an idea that resonated with other mothers in the group, who were eager to test the idea for themselves.
A few were worried that the toothpaste would get dry or be difficult to get out from the bottom but assurances were made that this isn’t the case so long as the twist top lid stays on.