Do you wet your toothbrush before you put toothpaste on, or no?
Twitter is divided.
do y’all wet the toothbrush first, or put toothpaste on first 🤨?— ty’ana 🌹 (@envyteeee) February 12, 2018
Put toothpaste on first— ♾J⋀YR⋀WRI ♾ (@RawrMcCree) February 12, 2018
I wet the toothbrush but I squeeze the toothpaste on my tongue.— Girth Brooks (@ImJustErnest) February 14, 2018
Wet the toothbrush, put toothpaste on , wet that boy again . Then brush . That’s law https://t.co/rAEpt9NUM8— Djack® (@darienj_5) February 14, 2018
Um no just put the toothpaste on THEN wet the brush smh— Hannah Rebecca Mills Ⓥ (@future_snack) February 14, 2018
But why wet it first? Wetting it after does the same thing plus wetting first makes the toothpaste slippery when you put it on😅— Hannah Rebecca Mills Ⓥ (@future_snack) February 14, 2018
Bristles gotta stay soft, you might aswell use sand paper with ur technique— BLKR (@Kudzair_) February 14, 2018
Nah I always wet it with hot water because germs, then with cold, then the toothpaste then water again. No one wants a dry toothbrush.— Henney Con Cranbærry (@_melaston) February 14, 2018
Hot water + Toothpaste + Cold water = The procedure pic.twitter.com/vIWwqbbZPT— Henney Con Cranbærry (@_melaston) February 15, 2018