In the Kitchen.
13. Clean a Garlic Press. It can take just as long to clean a garlic press as it takes to, well, chop some garlic by hand. Unless you’re using a toothbrush, of course!
14. Clean Corn on the Cob. At your next barbecue, brush an ear of corn with a clean toothbrush to remove all of the silky threads.
15. Clean a Cheese Grater. Oh, the bane of my existence. Cleaning a cheese grater with a sponge can sometimes lead to a grated sponge! Not so with toothbrushes.
16. Clean Gunky Forks. Crusted-on food is particularly hard to remove in between the tines of a fork. A toothbrush is the ideal size to remove all of that gross stuff.