Steripod - the clip on Toothbrush Cover that actively kills germs while keeping dust, dirt, and hair off your toothbrush. Works on regular and electric toothbrushes.
Comes in a 2 Pack Assorted random colors.
No batteries, no wall socket needed. steripod uses vapors to help kill germs.
Germ Killing Vapors
Enclosed inside each steripod toothbrush sanitizer is a laboratory formulated thymol compound. The compound is encapsulated in plastic with small holes that allow the thymol vapors to escape and surround your brush bristles. It’s the vapors that do all the work - see our research page for the test results if you like. The entire steripod is shipped sealed in a medical quality enclosure – ensuring that the compound is not activated [by air flow] before you unwrap. All you have to do is clip the steripod on your brush! - no batteries, no socket, no hassle!
Bathrooms can be a hotbed for germs!
A growing body of research shows that your bathroom can be a hotbed of many different kinds of bacteria . The steripod toothbrush Sanitizer has been tested with bacteria to ensure it’s effectiveness. There’s just one thing: you have to use it!
Simply Clip it on and you’re done!
The steripod is ready to use out of the package - no batteries, no socket, no hassle - simply clip it on your electric or manual toothbrush and you’re done! Dont Forget! Replace your steripod and your toothbrush every three months.
Here is a video showing a reason why you might even want to use these at home:
What are the active ingredients?
What is Thymol?
Thymol is a naturally occurring compound that is extracted from the oil of the thyme plant, the latter which is a member of the mint family.
Is it toxic?
Material is non-toxic as long as the label is followed (don't ingest the tablet)
Is the Steripod safe enough to use on my child's toothbrush who is 2 yrs. old?
Yes the Steripod is safe for children. Please use adult supervision. Steripod is not a toy.
The Steripod has a scent when I opened the package.
The scent that you notice from the Steripod device is from a material called thymol. Thymol is impregnated in the Steripod tablet and is responsible for the antimicrobial activity of the device Thymol is the same material that is used in many mouthwash formulations as an antimicrobial component, and as such, also have the same or similar scent as what you have noticed when you opened the package. Because thymol is safe for use in mouthwashes, it is also safe for use in your Steripod toothbrush sanitizer and storage device.
Is it Gluten Free?
Yes Steripod is Gluten Free
Is it BPA Free?
Yes the Steripod has been tested by a 3rd party laboratory.
If purchasing for traveling do I still have to replace every 3 months even though I will only use a few times per year?
Yes you still need to replace every 90 days as the active ingredients weakens over time once opened.
Microbiology Efficiency Testing Summary for the steripod® Toothbrush Hygiene System
The Bonfit Steripod® Toothbrush Hygiene System was challenged with three different strains of bacteria that have been associated with tooth decay and oral infections. Toothbrushes were contaminated with an extreme level of these bacteria and exposed in the Steripod device. The amount of viable bacteria remaining on the toothbrushes were subsequently examined and compared with the starting concentration of bacterial cells.
Independent Testing by an Accredited Microbiology Laboratory
The microbiology testing facility, located in the United States, offers state-of-the-art laboratories with more than 170 scientists and more than 50 registered and specialist microbiologists, and provides services to many of the world’s most influential pharmaceutical and medical device companies. The testing facility is registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and is accredited to International testing laboratory standards (ISO 17025) by a third-party.
Challenge Bacteria and Procedure
The testing procedure employed the following bacteria:
• Enterococcus faecalis
• Streptococcus mutans
• Lactobacillus casei
The procedure included replicate test samples and an appropriate set of controls that are routinely performed for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, including those necessary to demonstrate adequate recovery of the challenge microorganisms during the course of the study.
More than one million bacterial cells (1,000,000) were inoculated onto the bristles of multiple toothbrushes. The inoculated toothbrushes were then placed in the Steripod system and held at room temperature for 12 hours, simulating the time between routine morning and evening brushings. At the end of this incubation period, the percent of bacterial cells killed as compared with the starting number of bacterial cells was determined using an industry-accepted and scientifically validated testing procedure.
This procedure was separately repeated with each challenge bacterium.
At the end of the labeled 90-day in-use period, the Steripod device demonstrated a substantial reduction in viable bacteria. The results of this testing demonstrates the ability of the Steripod system to kill extremely large concentrations of oral bacteria throughout the device’s labeled in-use period.