Shame on you, your toothbrush is filthy! When it’s not scrubbing grime from your teeth, gums and tongue it’s sitting on the sink festering with bacteria and germs. And that’s before housemates have used it to clean suspect muck off their trainers. So don’t put it anywhere near your cakehole until it’s been in a Zapi Toothbrush Sanitiser.
Good for your health and stealth, these ingenious battery-operated gizmos uses germicidal ultraviolet light to annihilate the germs on your toothbrush. Yes, we realise putting your toothbrush in a comedy ninja or owl-pigeon makes about as much sense as shoving your elbow in a blancmange but this is highly effective, scientifically proven technology.
Simply insert your toothbrush, press the button and the Zapi goes to work, turning off automatically when its work is done. Hey presto, your toothbrush is germ/bacteria/virus free and safely stored inside this sinkside guardian, ready for the next time you need to brush (which unless you’ve got teeth like a smashed piano should be twice a day).
Compatible with virtually any toothbrush (manual or electric) and with a removable drip cup for easy cleaning, this soon-to-be essential bathroom accessory is a reassuring addition to any sink, and is ideal for brushers of all ages.
Works with most manual toothbrushes and electric heads.
Removable drip cup for easy cleaning.
Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and viruses (including H1N1)
I know this has nothing to do with this product but Firebox is a great website and my son has loads of products. Lynne Moss, London - 27th January 2011
Firebox says: Here's someone who knows what she's talking about.
Was this product featured on The Dragons' Den? Grant, England - 8th August 2010
Firebox says: Good spot, it was indeed.
Wow this seems so cool! I'm germaphobic and until now have been washing my brush in hot water before I use it, but this is even better! (and less hassle)I just have one question, the light stays on for six minutes, but how long does it take to actually clean the toothbrush? do you have to leave it in for the whole six minutes? Great product! You've made my life easier! Kate, England - 29th May 2010
Firebox says: It is best if you leave it for the six minutes to make extra sure all the nasty germs are banished!!!
Can you store you tooth brush in the Hi-Ya Ninja? James, England - 19th May 2010