If you use a mouthwash or rinse as part of your daily oral care routine, you may buy it in large bottles. Large bottles are economical, but they can be tough to handle, especially for older persons who have arthritis in their hands and difficulty unscrewing caps, especially childproof caps. And large bottles can take up a lot of space on your bathroom counter or sink.
To make using mouthwash even easier to use, consider a mouthwash holder with a mouthwash dispenser. You can buy dispensers in a variety of styles and materials, but one popular choice is an acrylic model that measures three inches in diameter and nine inches high and holds 28 ounces of mouthwash. These smaller containers make it easier to measure a small amount of mouthwash. The dispensers also help prevent spills. Some dispensers have pump-style tops that only dispense a small amount at a time. This system reduces waste, and the dispensers are harder for small children to tamper with. That said, it is still essential to keep mouthwash products out of the reach of children.
Last but not least, mouthwash dispensers and holders come in attractive colors and styles, so you might be more inclined to keep one on the sink in even a small bathroom for quick and easy use during the day.