Panasonic Water Flosser for teeth Cordless EW1411 Oral Irrigator Rechargeable - £39.99 @ Amazon
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Panasonic Water Flosser for teeth Cordless EW1411 Oral Irrigator Rechargeable - £39.99 @ Amazon

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Panasonic Water Flosser for teeth Cordless EW1411 Oral Irrigator Rechargeable
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zaheer200314 m ago

These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my …These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my experience. I have a larger mains powered one and I use close to 4 litres (yes 4 litres when doing all my teeth (in and out facing and around the gum line), so if I was to use this I would have to refill it 20 times or more.


I’m not sure if you are using it correctly as I have a similar one and only fill it once for top teeth and once for bottom teeth. Unless you are Esther Rantzen?
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These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my experience. I have a larger mains powered one and I use close to 4 litres (yes 4 litres when doing all my teeth (in and out facing and around the gum line), so if I was to use this I would have to refill it 20 times or more.
Why not just use a hose and a straw on the end of it?
zaheer200314 m ago

These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my …These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my experience. I have a larger mains powered one and I use close to 4 litres (yes 4 litres when doing all my teeth (in and out facing and around the gum line), so if I was to use this I would have to refill it 20 times or more.


I’m not sure if you are using it correctly as I have a similar one and only fill it once for top teeth and once for bottom teeth. Unless you are Esther Rantzen?
These are great
zaheer200349 m ago

These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my …These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my experience. I have a larger mains powered one and I use close to 4 litres (yes 4 litres when doing all my teeth (in and out facing and around the gum line), so if I was to use this I would have to refill it 20 times or more.


Can you elaborate with the name of the large irrigator please
7day33 m ago

Can you elaborate with the name of the large irrigator please


waterpik ultra
zaheer20032 h, 17 m ago

These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my …These ones with 100-200 ml capacity would be a waste of time in my experience. I have a larger mains powered one and I use close to 4 litres (yes 4 litres when doing all my teeth (in and out facing and around the gum line), so if I was to use this I would have to refill it 20 times or more.


Can you eat an apple through a tennis racquet?
Got one and don't use it as it just splashes everywhere.

Stick to floss would be my suggestion.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 28th May
Can I use it for irrigating my ear canals?
...the best one... 3yrs now and still fantastic
Dentist's verdict: "save your money".
I have a water flosser. Not this one. Its awesome. Small reservoir, and need to fill it after each full mouth sesh', but its well worth it. Floss doesn't work for me as teeth are too close together so it just either snags or gets stuck and makes my gums bleed, these thing work a treat, and my dentist highly recommends them.

I have the Sonicare one - that I got on a half price deal.
Edited by: "the1stcoke" 27th May
thank you.

i bought one. been thinking of buying one.
Cheaper using a hose pipe and a finger!
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