Toothbrush Holder Insert: Design of the Week


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Introducing the Must-Have Bathroom Accessory – The Toothbrush Holder Insert by DireLlama. We all know the struggle of dealing with that pesky water that collects at the bottom of our toothbrush holder cup, constantly drenching our toothbrushes. But fear not, DireLlama has come to the rescue with a simple yet genius solution.

The Toothbrush Holder Insert is a 3D printed item that sits at the bottom of your toothbrush cup, acting as a sieve to keep your toothbrush collection dry and comfortable well above the water level. No more gross, soggy toothbrushes! It’s incredibly easy to print, just make sure to do so upside down to accommodate the legs that raise the platform for draining.

DireLlama suggests resizing the insert to fit your specific toothbrush setup and cup size. Whether you have a narrow or wide cylindrical cup, this innovative design can be adjusted accordingly. It’s a practical and customizable solution for everyone.

What I find inspiring about this particular model is its simplicity. It tackles a common household issue that we all face, and does so in a straightforward and efficient manner. If DireLlama can design and create such a useful tool, it makes me wonder what other everyday problems could be solved with a similar approach.

So if you’re tired of dealing with soggy toothbrushes and want to keep them dry and comfy, the Toothbrush Holder Insert is a must-have addition to your bathroom. Print it out, insert it into your toothbrush cup, and bid farewell to that gross water forever. Just remember to occasionally clean your toothbrush holder because, let’s face it, that stuff is gross no matter where it is.

Share this exciting discovery with your friends and family. Let’s spread the word about this ingenious solution to a common household annoyance. Together, we can make our everyday lives a little easier and more comfortable.

Printables brings you innovative and practical designs that are sure to enhance your daily routines. Stay tuned for more amazing creations and start exploring the world of 3D printing.

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