1. Break off toothbrush head.
2. Discard thoughtfully. Check with local recycling programs if suitable (Nylon is recyclable).
3. Place the rest of the toothbrush into your compost.
Typically it takes 90 days to break down in a commercial compost. You have made the right choice – any way you dispose of this, you can be sure that these toothbrushes will not be land-fill for millions of years to come – unlike many toothbrushes in use today.
The Jack & Jill Toothbrush System for Kids Explained
Start with silicon as this is softer on the gums
- STAGE 1 Jack N Jill Silicone Finger Brush 2 Pkt 6 – 18 mths
- STAGE 2 Jack N Jill Silicone Shield Brush 1 Pkt 1 – 3 yrs
- STAGE 3 Jack N Jill Tooth and Gum Brush 2 Pkt 2 – 5 yrs
Baby Toothbrush with nylons bristles and characters can be selected from 3yrs if you are comfortable with your child having nylon bristles
- Bunny Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Dinosaur Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Koala Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Hippo Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
The last stage which can last as long as they love the Buzzy Sound is the Electric Buzzy Brush. Children have to be old enough to understand this cannot be thrown in water and must be turned on and off after use. See full details about this product HERE>