Jack N' Jill Bio Toothbrush has soft, rounded nylon bristles for superior cleaning. It is the first children's toothbrush with a handle made of NON GMO cornstarch that is biodegradable and recyclable.
Your child's toothbrush should be replaced approximately every 8 weeks.
- Break off toothbrush head.
- Discard thoughtfully. Check with local recycling programs if suitable - nylon is recyclable
- Place the rest of the toothbrush into your compost.
- Usually takes 90 days to break down in a commercial compost.
- Any way that you dispose of the Jack N' Jill Toothbrush, you can be sure it will not be in a land-fill for millions of years to come - unlike many toothbrushes in use today.