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  • Britney Weik

    Use a toothbrush holder to carry drinking straws with you. Clara is always wanting bendy straws

  • Jen Douglas

    Anyone with toddlers; Use a toothbrush holder to hold bendy straws in a diaper bag; good idea!

  • Randy Place

    Bendy Straw Holder: Anyone with toddlers and preschoolers can appreciate this idea!! Use a toothbrush holder to hold bendy straws in a diaper bag.

  • INCOGNITO ..

    Tooth brush holders to carry bendy straws.. great for diaper bags or purses on those restaurant outings or back seat drinks for the little ones. Or even picnics and camping.

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