Teal Brush Dock for 2
Never ever again will you have to clean out the bottom of the cup that has been holding your toothbrushes. That digusting muck is gone for good!!
The Brush Dock toothbrush and toothpaste holder is made from aluminium and is powder-coated in hardwearing, long-lasting paint to match your Block DockTM
This one is TEAL and fits two hanging items - e.g. brush, tongue cleaner
It comes with a suction cup for mounting to smooth, non-porous surfaces. It's the same suction cup as the Block DockTM.
If you would like an additional pvc suction cup with your purchase, find it here.
If you would like to switch to a natural rubber suction cup or purchase an additional one, find it here.
Alternatively, you can use two CommandTM brand strips to secure the Brush Dock to a painted wall or other suitable surface right where you need it to be. The same rules apply for installation and care as with the Block Dock. Wipe your Brush Dock clean and completely dry from time to time to keep it in tip top shape for the long haul.
The Brush Dock is made to suit manual, handled toothbrushes (whatever they are made from) or the heads from your electric toothbrush. They simply hang in the small side slots. They’ll be happy whichever way you face them so pick what works best for you.
Here’s the best bit: The toothpaste tube simply slides (cap to the top) in and out of the centre of the Brush Dock. As your tube gets empty simply bend it up and slide it in folded. It’s SUPER EASY to use.
If you use interdental brushes, the fold in the legs is there so you can store those on the wee ledge that's created. If you have a metal tongue scraper you can hang that over that area too. I call them the underflaps – seems as good a name as any to me! If your tongue cleaner is brush style it can claim one of the Brush Dock’s parking spots.
Get ready to have your toothcare storage transformed. It looks simple, and it is. That’s also why it works!
Love the simple design and the whole family love not fishing their toothbrushes out of the old tumbler with its dribbles of toothpaste at the bottom 😊
very very pleased with my block docks and brush docks....have two block docs and 2 brush docks in use at present and some in reserve for when my liquid hand soap runs out r using blocks at the sinks , Simple but brilliant idea!
I have found a product that not only I rave about but will be buying freinds and family.
I recently moved house and purchased these Block docks 4 in total a couple of months back. Having a new home you want everything clean, soap scum or soap sticking to your dish that seems to hold and gather water creating slush - eliminated!
Different size bars not a problem the suction cups on each dock holds the weight.
Shampoo and conditioner bars also have a block dock! So much more room on the shower floor not having the plastic bottles.
Have the block docks for the shower and been very happy so it was great to discover the brush dock which I also love. Especially great to keep the bamboo toothbrushes from getting damp mouldy ends as they are hanging in the air :) No issues at all with suction, they've stayed where I put them.
I bought a brush dock for our toothbrushes and toothpaste, and a block dock for the shower. They're so good! So tidy and organised, and no mess. Love them!
This is a great way to keep the families electric toothbrush heads organised and in one place. Has transformed this area in our bathroom. Thank you for designing a solution.
What a great idea this was - any thoughts on something similar for razors?
In final prototype now. Coming soon!
When looking for a space saving idea and a product that was not plastic and would be useful to hold my soap bars in the shower, the block dock solved all these issues.
I purchased one and extremely happy with it, that a short time later I purchased another two items, one for an additional soap bar in the shower and one to hold toothbrushes and toothpaste.
We are a family that our slowly trying to eliminate plastic bottles in our household and make choices that support the environment and items that will last.
I would highly recommend a block dock to anyone and the fact that they come in a wide variety of colours and different sizes etc, the product would compliment any type of bathroom decor.
The actual toothbrush holder is excellent; exactly what I had been looking for - no more yucky dribble sitting in the bottom of a cup & soggy brush ends!
I bought an extra suction cup and both do not adhere to my clean, smooth, painted wall which is disappointing. Have managed to make them adhere to my tiles. For this reason only I’m scoring a 3.5
Hi Evana, thanks for your love for the Brush Dock. Suction cups don't adhere to painted surfaces because they are not smooth and they are porous. The listing text for the product clearly states this.
'It comes with a suction cup for mounting to smooth, non-porous surfaces. ' and 'Alternatively, you can use two Command brand strips to secure the Brush Dock to a painted wall or other suitable surface right where you need it to be. The same rules apply for installation and care as with the Block Dock.'
To adhere the Brush Dock to painted surfaces, use the Command strips or you could try a re-usable a nano tape option. I use the former and have just started my first test of the latter with a Block Dock. If you use the strips you can put your toothbrushes exactly where you want to use them :)
Happy day, Clare
Love the brush dock. No more slimy plastic containers 😊