Best Wall Mounted Toothbrush Holder
The most common type of wall mount toothbrush holder are those which have a sliding door. These types of wall mounts are not only convenient but they also make it easy to clean your teeth when you’re out and about. However, if you don’t want to spend much money on such a thing then there’s another option: You could build one yourself!
Building Your Own Wall Mounted Toothbrush Holder
You may have seen many different designs for wall mounted toothbrushes. Some of them look like a giant toothpick or even a little toothpick with a handle. Other designs look like a miniature version of the toothbrush itself. There are also some designs which resemble a tiny dentist’s chair.
All these designs are quite impressive, but none of them really fit your needs exactly. That’s why I’ve decided to create my own design for you.
I’m going to show you how to build your very own wall mounted toothbrush holder. I know some of you aren’t the handiest people around so I’m going to keep this project as simple as possible. All you really need are three items and you can build your own wall mounted toothbrush holder in just a few minutes!
The first item you’re going to need is a rectangular piece of wood. I would suggest using a 1cm thick piece of hardwood but anything similar will do. The next thing you’re going to need is a carpenter’s level. Try to get a medium sized one that has a 45-degree angle on one side and a 90-degree angle on the other side.
This will be used to make sure that your wall mounted toothbrush holder is nice and straight. Last but not least, you’re going to need a wall mount that you can insert screws into. Make sure you have one that’s strong enough to hold your toothbrush holder. You may also want to get a rubber mallet to make sure the wall mount is nice and tight against the wall.
Before You Begin…
Now that you have all your materials together, find a suitable location near a wall that you can mount your wall mounted toothbrush holder on. The wall needs to be flat and sturdy enough to support the weight of your new toothbrush holder.
Sources & references used in this article:
Toothbrush by PH Hill – US Patent 4,672,706, 1987 – Google Patents
Toothbrush holder and room odorizer by SO Gonzalez – US Patent 5,295,575, 1994 – Google Patents
Oversized toothbrush holder by RW Rozen – US Patent 6,457,592, 2002 – Google Patents