When the trusty Oral-B has outlived its service in the bathroom, it can begin its new life in the shop. I was reminded recently that old toothbrushes are incredibly handy to have around when you need to get nasty stuff less nasty.
The little nylon bristles can work all kinds of modern miracles, like getting the grime out of textured auto dash material or getting dirt out of vents. They’re small enough to fit in almost anywhere and the business end is tough enough to conquer big-time funk.
In short, your brush is ready for a whole new tour of duty after the last bit of toothpaste has touched the bristles.