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Helpful Hint: Use clothespin to prop up toothbrush while traveling

FARGO-While traveling, have you ever wondered if you really wanted to set your toothbrush down on a surface of questionable cleanliness, but at the same time wanted to leave it out to dry between uses?...

FARGO-While traveling, have you ever wondered if you really wanted to set your toothbrush down on a surface of questionable cleanliness, but at the same time wanted to leave it out to dry between uses?

Next time you pack, add a clothespin to your toiletries bag. It won't take up much space, and you can use it as a DIY toothbrush holder.

Simply clip the clothespin around the handle of your toothbrush to prop it off the surface, like a little toothbrush kickstand.

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