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Press2Paste Review: Does it Work?

Press2Paste is a toothpaste dispenser and holder, which is said to offer a mess-free design. Read our Press2Paste review.

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About Press2Paste

Press2Paste is a toothpaste dispenser which allow you to avoid mess while dispensing an even amount of toothpaste every time.

The official product website is press2paste.com, which was registered in August 2015. The screen capture below shows how the official website looked in June 2016.

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Claims and Features

  • Keeps sinks clean
  • Dispenses the “perfect amount” of toothpaste
  • No waste: Entire tube is dispensed
  • Can hold 5 toothbrushes
  • Attractive design
  • Installs to any surface
  • No batteries or wires


Press2Paste costs $12.99 + $6.99 P&H for a total of $19.98. This includes two dispensers and two toothbrush holders. There is a 30-day money back guarantee, minus shipping.

There is a Deluxe version which features antimicrobial coating, re-positionable mounting tape, and a 90-day warranty.

As of August 2015, you can find Press2Paste in some stores such as Walmart. You’re likely to see it in the As Seen on TV section.

Press2Paste Review

This product includes a toothpaste dispenser and toothbrush holder which are described as a way to keep your counters mess-free. Press2Paste is said to dispense the “perfect amount” of toothpaste every time with a simple push of a lever. By keeping brushes off of the counter, this is supposedly a more sanitary option.

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Press2Paste is actually two units: a dispenser and a toothbrush holder. These are attached to the wall with a two-sided tape, and provide an attractive place to store toothbrushes and toothpaste.

Operating the unit is as simple as placing your toothbrush into the opening and pressing a lever. This dispenses toothpaste onto your toothbrush.

On the good side, Press2Paste offers an attractive alternative to laying toothbrushes and toothpaste on the counter. Placing them in a designated holder seems more sanitary than leaving it by the sink. The dispenser is also superior to the sticky residue that often accompanies toothpaste tubes.

Another good feature of Press2Paste is that it allows you to dispense all of the contents of a toothpaste tube, which is virtually impossible to do manually.

Most consumers have expressed satisfaction with dispensers of this design, although we take pause in a design which requires everyone who uses it to place the head of their toothbrushes into the unit.

The majority of consumers have not mentioned the fact that everyone will touch their used toothbrushes against the lever. The fact that the Deluxe model includes an antimicrobial coating tells us that this concern is at least on the company’s radar.

Other items to consider are that the amount dispensed may be the “perfect amount” in the eyes of the designers, but not all customers have the same idea of what the ideal amount is. We felt it was a bit more than the pea-sized amount which is typically recommended.

Small child-size toothbrushes may have heads which are too small to catch the dispensed toothpaste, although your mileage may vary. If the toothpaste doesn’t hit the mark, the inside of the unit can become as messy as the counters used to be.

Press2Paste is not the only game in town, as there are similar devices on the market. You may be interested in the $16 Native Spring Toothpaste Dispenser which looks almost identical to Press2Paste. That product sports rather high reviews online.

Overall, Press2Paste is not a bad design, despite a few flaws. Our biggest concern is the fact that multiple used toothbrushes will be inserted into the unit, which doesn’t seem to be a sanitary improvement over placing it on the counter.

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Your Press2Paste Reviews

Have you used Press2Paste? Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below and a star rating above.

Updated August 15, 2016

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3 years ago

The Press2paste product is a very bad design. There is whole in the front where consumers must insert their toothbrush order to get the toothpaste on their toothbrush, the whole process is messy, if you buy this product after you used it a few times you need to take it apart and wash it. I had very hard time to get enough toothpaste on my toothbrush, I had to press down the pump a few times with my toothbrush . I got toothpaste on tip of my brush and the rest just dropped behind the pump. What a mess inside… Read more »

Karen Banik
Karen Banik
2 years ago

I had a similar product that I bought from The Christmas Tree Shops about 8 years ago. I wish I still had it. It was held onto the wall with 2 large suction cups which worked wel for 8 years, but then started losing their grip. It was much better. It had a sleeve that covered the entire tube. This one has 1/2 the tube showing out of the top. It also dispensed a decent amount of paste. This one, I have had to pump a few times and finally take the front off the unit and manually squeeze to… Read more »

Hope Anderson
Hope Anderson
2 years ago


Sandra Mackey
Sandra Mackey
3 months ago

I took it apart to clean and the round rubber part came out of dispenser and wouldn’t go back in. I like it but would like to have a video on how to put pieces back together