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Candy floss machine now half price £12.49 at Clas Ohlson instore / online - Free c&c
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
As part of their current offers, Clas Ohlson is advertising their candy floss machines at half price. Similar machines retail elsewhere at around £25. Saw these aswell as chocolate… Read more
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Bought this but couldn't manage to make any Candy floss worth eating :-(
softcom7313 h, 33 m ago

Use FREEDELIVERY promotion code for free delivery. Either standard or next …Use FREEDELIVERY promotion code for free delivery. Either standard or next day



Nice 1, worked a treat :-)
qwales14 h, 15 m ago

Nearest store is 100 miles away so its + £4.95 for delivery :-(


Use FREEDELIVERY promotion code for free delivery. Either standard or next day
Use twice then retire to back of cupboard.

So Candy floss is just plain sugar?
Why does it taste different?
Edited by: "Gort1951" 29th Jan
Clicked on Cold by mistake, sorry OP. Good deal.
8 oral b compatible floss action replacement heads on amazon - £4.49 (one-time purchase) or £4.27 (S&S). Add £3.99 postage non-Prime
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As title, not seen floss action heads as cheap for a while, especially with prime delivery. even cheaper is yunsunscribe and save @ £4.27 for the 8
rporteo7 h, 38 m ago

For floss action heads?? Where you getting those from



One example. I see them at that price at least once a year and pick up a pack or 2. If I was gonna get copies of prob go for These, very cheap and FDA approved materials.
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jumpinoffthbed5 h, 4 m ago

Originals are 2 quid a pop if you get the larger packs and last a few …Originals are 2 quid a pop if you get the larger packs and last a few months so I'd want some reassurance on the quality of these.I've just bought a non brand sonic brush and no idea where I'm gonna get new heads from when the ones it came with are done :\


For floss action heads?? Where you getting those from
Originals are 2 quid a pop if you get the larger packs and last a few months so I'd want some reassurance on the quality of these.
I've just bought a non brand sonic brush and no idea where I'm gonna get new heads from when the ones it came with are done :\
rochester27th Jan

I ordered these as I use charcoal toothpaste so this are idea ad saves me …I ordered these as I use charcoal toothpaste so this are idea ad saves me using my original heads from Braun


Wtf?
Great if you want to choke and die on a brush head whilst brushing your teeth. The heads drop after a month or so. Do not give to children under any circumstances
Electric Oral Irrigator - £15.91 @ GearBest
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Popped up on my facebook and seemed decent... Not sure if it's a good value (haven t looked on other sites) but it did piqued my interest and maybe yours... Also some promo offer … Read more
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As far as me getting permission to buy my cheap tat, my wife has a craft room anyone who's in a similar position will understand that I have a lot of freedom to buy stuff.
cloudthecat29 m ago

A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to …A lot of people on here are saying avoid Gear BEAST! at all costs due to all kinds of issues.. .. .. I have never used them personally, but it certainly raises a few eye brows based on the feedback.....:(


Many of the people saying avoid Gearbest have never ordered from them and are just looking for likes. Personally I've never had a problem with them after 50+ orders. Yes, there can be problems with buying from such a seller if things go wrong, but if you factor that in before you buy, Gearbest and similar sellers are still usually far better value.

At the end of the day if someone is after John Lewis style customer service and next day delivery then Gearbest isn't going to be for them. However if you want a great deal..
LOL @ the wife comment!!! LOL!!! :-)
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Get the Holiday sweet from within your teeth. Amazon add on item Oral-B Pro-Expert Premium Floss 40m now only £2.48
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Cool mint flavour Also available at boots for £5.25 or 2 for £6 https://www.boots.com/oral-b-pro-expert-premium-floss-40m-10160940
rhinopaul6 m ago

3rd party. If you use a 3rd party with the 4 pack it's only £1.98 per pack.


Yes, you're right, that's exactly £0.50 cheaper than the original deal.
labky18 m ago

If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. …If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. And it's free delivery, no add on item. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B011IDUMNW/ref=ya_aw_od_pi?ie=UTF8&psc=1


3rd party. If you use a 3rd party with the 4 pack it's only £1.98 per pack.
If you buy 2 pack it's cheaper than this and the 4 pack. £2.19 per pack. And it's free delivery, no add on item. amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "labky" 9th Jan
I always get 4 pack from Amazon for under £9.50 so it still works out cheaper that way but heat given as the single pack is usually more expensive.
Panasonic Dentacare EW1411 Oral Irrigator/Flosser £49.99 via AMAZON
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If you are anything like me, then you are not capable of efficiently flossing with a traditional string floss. This seemed to me like an excellent device for this purpose. Especia… Read more
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Ahmed.Shumayal55 m ago

Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it …Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it does?


In spite of the amount of water that was jetted out, I didn't feel that it came out with sufficient force to be effective. My wife and daughter both have the Philips Sonicare and have been very pleased with it. I know it is a couple of pound more expensive at the moment, depending on colour, but it is regularly on offer at under £40 if you aren't in too big a rush.


Philips Sonicare at Amazon
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stephenashforth1st Jan

Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. …Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. The water spills all over the place unless you are very careful. The water only lasts a few seconds. Just sits in my bathroom cabinet now.


Is there any issue other than water spillage? Is it effective at what it does?
Hope this is better than the EW1211 which I have found very disappointing. The water spills all over the place unless you are very careful. The water only lasts a few seconds. Just sits in my bathroom cabinet now.
Ahmed.Shumayal39 m ago

Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such …Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such devices. Did you get it for GBP 45? I have been following up everyday for the drop and thought I'd posted. Looks like people didn't like it.Don't know if its the price or if the device is not useful? I hope it's not the latter because I bought it myself! I had an Amazon voucher so I waited for this drop to get the most bang out of it :P



I've had an older Panasonic model for over a year, cannot recall how much i paid for it. I was sceptical as first but did some research (youtube) and was convinced to try it. You won't regret it. As i said, even following a thorough clean with an electric toothbrush, i still manage to flush out tiny bits of food from between my teeth and from between lips and gums. I found it impossible to get the hang of dental floss and the small dental brushes bent after a couple of uses. I found that it got me into a regular serious cleaning habit. My dentist is impressed and my hygienist has doubled the time between visits.
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Master.G3 m ago

Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I …Was £5 cheaper at the beginning of December. Not sure why cold though. I have an older model and it's great. I use an electric toothbrush as well but still manage to flush out more bits of food.


Yes, I know. But back then I didn't know about the existence of such devices. Did you get it for GBP 45? I have been following up everyday for the drop and thought I'd posted. Looks like people didn't like it.

Don't know if its the price or if the device is not useful? I hope it's not the latter because I bought it myself! I had an Amazon voucher so I waited for this drop to get the most bang out of it :P
Waterpik Cordless Freedom Water Flosser Amazon Deal of the Day
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Appears to be well reviewed and best price I can see anywhere right now. Hope it might help some of you get those last bits of sprout out of your teeth!
Asked hygienist about these at last visit - she said save the money!
hotfinder55 m ago

Trouble is like dentists say the bristles of the tepe brushes will … Trouble is like dentists say the bristles of the tepe brushes will help clear out the plaque and lessen threats of gum disease. If you think pushing water through your teeth will prevent later gum issues, then would you just rinse your mouth instead of brushing with a toothbrush every day and night? Give them a try again for a good fortnight and you'll get over the 'ickyness'. My threat of gum disease has subsided since using them


I'm not advocating for the water method. I just prefer the picks in the link I posted to the brushes.
i have a mains water pic and its fantastic removes everything
MSK.16 m ago

I tried them first, I didn't like them. Find the metal part in the middle …I tried them first, I didn't like them. Find the metal part in the middle of the brush too stabby and the texture of the brush makes me feel a bit icky. Appreciate the suggestion though thanks


Trouble is like dentists say the bristles of the tepe brushes will help clear out the plaque and lessen threats of gum disease. If you think pushing water through your teeth will prevent later gum issues, then would you just rinse your mouth instead of brushing with a toothbrush every day and night? Give them a try again for a good fortnight and you'll get over the 'ickyness'. My threat of gum disease has subsided since using them
Tried many waterpiks over the years and they all broke down around the 12 month mark. A couple of years back I got a Panasonic one which folds into the water reservoir tank when storing or traveling, which, when you realise how awkward these things are to store, is a god send. It takes x2 AAA with which I use rechargeable with no problems. As good as the day I bought it and excellent build quality... in my experience Waterpik has terrible build quality.
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Candy floss maker reduced to £14.99 maplin
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Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
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ggss11 h, 40 m ago

Will get this to sit next to the popcorn and waffle maker.....lol


OMG! You must have seen my corner kitchen cupboard!
sydney246 m ago

Thank you op. If anyone has an idea for a slushie machine for the home …Thank you op. If anyone has an idea for a slushie machine for the home please advise. Sweet tooth here and I guess a happier dentist in the end


CPC sell the Slush Puppie range (£70), they also sell the syrup, ice shavers and cups...
sydney22 h, 8 m ago

Thank you op. If anyone has an idea for a slushie machine for the home …Thank you op. If anyone has an idea for a slushie machine for the home please advise. Sweet tooth here and I guess a happier dentist in the end


argos.co.uk/product/728680
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sydney224 m ago

Thank you op. If anyone has an idea for a slushie machine for the home …Thank you op. If anyone has an idea for a slushie machine for the home please advise. Sweet tooth here and I guess a happier dentist in the end


Loads of video on YouTube just need couple of plastic bags, ice, salt and food colour or some kind of drink with flavour
Edited by: "Toon_army" 20th Dec 2017
These things are great fun on the first use, however you will soon get tired of cleaning it. You'll be lucky to get 2~4 sticks worth before it needs cleaned, and then you have to wait until it's bone dry before you can use it again - try explaining that one when you have a queue of kids wanting more!
Heat for the heads up though!
Because Who Doesn't Need a A Free Bit of Floss
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Seeing what randomness I could find throughout the net, I came across this and thought I might share because... To Quite them.. 'Future Technology Available Today' Like Dental Flo… Read more
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Thanks for posting.
Thought i'd try and see if it arrives...
Ordered. Thank you. Heat added
It reminds me I didn't floss once again
I can't find anywhere selling this product.
No https so no encryption of your data
Russian business

Sounds dodgy.
Candy Floss Machine was £24.99 - Free Delivery @ Clas Ohlson - £12.49
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Make your own candy floss at home. The perfect surprise for any kid's party or celebration. Make candy floss to rival any that you could buy at an amusement park, fair, etc. Thanks… Read more
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adz191 m ago

Are you serious? What did you think it was made with


pink fairies
AbuG1 h, 47 m ago

These are great with kids... Put me off candy though when realised it is …These are great with kids... Put me off candy though when realised it is made from pure sugar.


Are you serious? What did you think it was made with
Annoyed I missed this deal. This is one on the things I’ve been looking for a good deal on for a week now!
We had one of those and had to use it out in the garage as it deposited a fine sugar floss layer all over the kitchen.
Everything we touched was sticky for weeks afterwards.
Oral B Floss Action Tesco Instore Southampton Shirley - £4.50
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Found in Southampton Shirley branch, still more than 20 in stock.
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I’ll check Tesco near me tomorrow, hope Tesco Extra near me got similar price…
Edited by: "rehmanfarid_11" 17th Nov 2017
Absolute bargain, heat added for the finding.
Thanks Pablo:D , I’ve managed to snap couple, still about 10 left on shelf. And this is not Shirley store but Millbrook one.
Goto supersavvyme.co.uk for an extra £2 coupon off this price
Heat added. Sad it never happen at tesco near me. 😔
Oral-B PRO 600 Floss Action Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush with UK 2 pin Plug for £19.95 prime / £23.94 non prime was £49.99 @ Amazon
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The Oral-B PRO 600 Floss Action Electric Toothbrush provides a clinically proven high clean vs. a regular manual toothbrush. The professionally inspired design of the Floss Action … Read more
musical22 m ago

I bought a Pro 600 on Amazon last week. Sadly, I now have the hassle of …I bought a Pro 600 on Amazon last week. Sadly, I now have the hassle of returning it as it has the old Nickel Cadmium battery.I too thought I'd get one with the new battery. Sadly not. I'd either wait until you know Amazon is shipping these or buy from a retailer at which you can check.


I think you can be pretty confident that a deal at this price is a 'clearance' on the old battery stock. Haven't seen any of the Li-ion 600s in shops yet (I do keep looking) but there are Li-ion 2500 models out there.


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plunet7 h, 20 m ago

Last one I bought was £12 on an amazon lightening deal.


How much lighter was it?
I bought a Pro 600 on Amazon last week. Sadly, I now have the hassle of returning it as it has the old Nickel Cadmium battery.

I too thought I'd get one with the new battery. Sadly not. I'd either wait until you know Amazon is shipping these or buy from a retailer at which you can check.
Last one I bought was £12 on an amazon lightening deal.
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White Glo Professional Choice Extra Strength Whitening Toothpaste £2 (Add On) @ Amazon [Comes with Anti-Stain Toothbrush & White Glo Dental Flosser Toothpicks]
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Out of all the (budget) whitening toothpaste I've ever used I've found this to be comfortably the best and at £2 it's a very good price, and it's an Add On too. (Other Amazon selle… Read more
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Still haven't tried the White Glo I picked up from Poundland a month or two back (turns out they sold it to me for £1 in error - s'pose they were still adjusting to the over £1 stock) hotukdeals.com/dea…709

What I can recommend though, is Crest WhiteStrips (Supreme) - usually buy them from Amazon US. Watch what variety you buy as they're all different strengths.
Hilarious hyperbole:

"facial beautification"
"extra strength formulation"
"built-in Micro Particles"

"extra-condensed USA Du-Clean Bristle"



What a load of pish.
I used the pre-order of Far Cry (released in Feb 2018), added two toothpastes to my basket, and got one free due to a mysterious promotions. So £2 for two. Ace!
Whoever asks more than 3 quid for this is just wishing for a luck some idiot will pay for it.
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xPabloz1 m ago

Damn!



Typo, should read:-
Originally Formulated for Film Actors & Mods who require utmost facial beautification
Oral-B FlossAction Electric Toothbrush Replacement Heads - Pack of 4 - £7.99 (Prime) / £11.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Price dropped down to 7.99 for a pack of 4. £7.59 through subscribe and save.
£6.79 if you have 5 s&s items. Thanks op !
These ones seem to have a £1 off, (Applied at the checkout) amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1 and look very similar. Might get these instead.
I started using Dr Kao replacement heads and they are pretty much exactly the same as the official ones but much cheaper.
Same price at boots
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great price @barnesy99 my kids use these so ordering now
ORAL-B ESSENTIAL FLOSS 50M ONLY £1.00 @ Poundstretcher
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ORAL-B ESSENTIAL FLOSS 50M ONLY £1.00 ORAL-B MOUTHWASH (500ml) was £1.49 now £1.00 ORAL-B 123 TOOTHPASTE (100ml) ONLY £1.00 ORAL B… Read more
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I have an alternative reason for the naming of Oral B as it is also used for cleaning another part of the anatomy,! As endorsed by Tom Jones, if you have heard his interviews?
If you have a Home Bargains close by Oral B Floss slightly less @ 79p.
shabbird18 h, 18 m ago

Thanks to Google. Learnt something new myself. Braun, also part of the …Thanks to Google. Learnt something new myself. Braun, also part of the Gillette group at that time, started to use the Oral-B brand for electric toothbrushes. Oral-B has been part of the Procter & Gamble company since 2006. A company representative has stated that the "B" in Oral-B stands for "brush".


I can see why they didn't use a T now.
Gabi8 m ago

What the heck does the B stand for ?????


Thanks to Google. Learnt something new myself.

Braun, also part of the Gillette group at that time, started to use the Oral-B brand for electric toothbrushes. Oral-B has been part of the Procter & Gamble company since 2006. A company representative has stated that the "B" in Oral-B stands for "brush".
What the heck does the B stand for ?????
Glamza 4 New Oral Floss Action B Compatible Electric Toothbrush Replacement Brush Heads 19p Dispatched from and sold by GLOBAL COSMETICS - Ship From UK. @ Amazon
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Similar to the other deal posted but saw they are now unavailable so found these from the same seller and these are available for 19p as well
Just started using mine a couple of days ago. A lot better than I was expecting...A bit hard, even tho it says soft...but certainly good brushes.
Got mine today lol, never thought they'd be delivered
Thanks, ordered, only one per customer
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Panasonic EW1411 Oral Irrigator Flosser £49.99 @ Argos
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From the Dental Flosser Menu page it is listed at £69.99 but click through to the page and it is £49.99. M dentist had recommended I get one (not this specific one though). Bo… Read more
Cold votes on HUKD can mean anything - often it's ignorance.

I had a very well researched and great deal on some Samsung headphones voted cold as they were Samsung and not a popular brand like Bose. Then had comments to get a Bose etc. from people that didn't even know what the deal was about and didn't take the time to read the description.

And then I've had a Stanley knife - admittedly a decent deal - get 1000 degrees.

Cheap things often get a lot of heat.

This deal has expired though.

Need to use mine again, but I liked it.

Main criticisms are needing to refill it with water, and some say it lacks power.

I found it powerful enough personally.

It takes up less space and is less effort to set up than a Waterpik, and you can use it travelling.

If you want decent toothpaste I'd highly recommend Taylor's 32.

Currently £4 at Waitrose, or £5 at Amazon.

Only sweetened with Xylitol (which is great for your teeth), no nasties, and the guy's that make it confirmed it's not tested on animals and they're working to get the leaping bunny logo added.

Normal toothpaste is trash in comparison, and full of rubbish.

I really struggled to find a natural toothpaste that does contain fluoride available in the UK, and then found Taylors 32, which totally fits the bill.

For floss I've found Sainsburys dental tape to be good. Used to use Oral B Pro Expert dental tape but they test on animals.
Although they do add unnecessary perfume to it which I can notice and can cause me to sneeze.

Sainsbury's, Co-Op, M&S and Waitrose I believe are good for own brands as they don't test on animals. They normally have a no questions asked returns policy if the product is rubbish too, which is useful for dental floss as it can be very hit and miss.

Anyway, if you've got it already give it a go, if it's no good for you you can perhaps return it.

I'm now using a Sonicare Flexcare platinum and it's much better than my old Oral B electric toothbrush I'd say.

Worth getting anything that'll help your teeth - prevention is better and cheaper than fixing issues (dental work).
Edited by: "Shinoke" 4th Jan
Shinoke3rd Sep 2017

You need floss to clean under the gum line.Interdental brushes won't do …You need floss to clean under the gum line.Interdental brushes won't do that, although I've never used them.If you're into looking after your teeth I'd recommend Peppersmith or PUR gum xylitol gum, and what I'll be getting next - xylitol toothpaste.And xlitol instead of sugar.I've got the Panasonic EW1211 - not used it for ages, will again, but I liked it. Although it's messy and you have to refill it quickly.Some people say it's helped their gums grow back - because of the gentle massaging.I didn't find it too weak, but I've not used a waterpik.Oh, oil pulling's good too - put a teaspoon of pure coconut oil in your mouth, and swill around as you shower etc.Don't spit it out in the sink - in a bin instead - as it will harden and otherwise cause issues.Going to try activated charcoal next.Got a sonicare coming soon - hopefully an upgrade over my Oral B.If your gums have some recession like mine I'd recommend the modified stillmans technique. I do that to clean the front of my teeth after using an electric toothbrush - which I use mostly on the top, not the sides.My more recent revelation's been to brush for longer and gentler.E.g. several minutes - electric, then a very gentle manual toothbrush.Leave plenty of toothpaste on your teeth/in your mouth while getting ready, so it can actually do some work.Spit a bit out etc. Then properly rinse before you drink anything.Flouride etc. can't do much in 2 minutes.Green tea helps throughout the day too for keeping your teeth happy.Wish I'd never got a metal filling though - worth paying for white ones.


Is it worth getting the Panasonic? I just purchased this one. And I don't know why this is cold. Is the device useless or price too high?
skydmarx3rd Sep 2017

That was the 1211 -- cheaper model.I've been searching for the perfect …That was the 1211 -- cheaper model.I've been searching for the perfect flosser, and it seems the most effective ones require mains power, Ie. not battery powered. I don't have a socket in the bathroom, so I've tried the Waterpik Water Flosser and the Philips Sonicare. The Waterpik can be a bit messy until you master it, but it nearly does the job. I just wish it were more powerful. The Philips is simple and tidy, and some swear by it, but all it does is shoot a sad little jet of air between your teeth. Might do the job for some, but for me it was just useless and annoying.


How is this one? Is this deal cold because device is useless or price too high?
Of course you need to rinse before you drink water/eat food in the morning.
I'm not talking about at night or right after brushing, I'm talking about before you consume water/food.
Otherwise you're consuming flouride and a load of cleaning and foaming agents.

I specifically make sure I don't need to any water after brushing for that reason at night, so I don't need to rinse.

I didn't slag off interdental brushes, I just stated that they don't clean under the gum line - so they're not a replacement for flossing.

My dentist said I had the best oral hygiene he'd ever seen.

I asked him about interdental brushes as I felt I wanted better interdental cleaning too, mentioning TePes, but he told me to floss instead. Dentists, their advice, and their abilities will differ.

I've got nothing against interdental brushes, I'd still like to try some.

Flossing will clean a bit under the gumline, unlike an interdental brush.
Personally if I were to choose one over the other, I'd choose floss.

I needed to brush the back of my front teeth more, that's the feedback I got.

Still learning and improving, but your reply is rather rude.

Was only trying to be helpful.
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Shinoke3rd Sep

You need floss to clean under the gum line.Interdental brushes won't do …You need floss to clean under the gum line.Interdental brushes won't do that, although I've never used them.If you're into looking after your teeth I'd recommend Peppersmith or PUR gum xylitol gum, and what I'll be getting next - xylitol toothpaste.And xlitol instead of sugar.I've got the Panasonic EW1211 - not used it for ages, will again, but I liked it. Although it's messy and you have to refill it quickly.Some people say it's helped their gums grow back - because of the gentle massaging.I didn't find it too weak, but I've not used a waterpik.Oh, oil pulling's good too - put a teaspoon of pure coconut oil in your mouth, and swill around as you shower etc.Don't spit it out in the sink - in a bin instead - as it will harden and otherwise cause issues.Going to try activated charcoal next.Got a sonicare coming soon - hopefully an upgrade over my Oral B.If your gums have some recession like mine I'd recommend the modified stillmans technique. I do that to clean the front of my teeth after using an electric toothbrush - which I use mostly on the top, not the sides.My more recent revelation's been to brush for longer and gentler.E.g. several minutes - electric, then a very gentle manual toothbrush.Leave plenty of toothpaste on your teeth/in your mouth while getting ready, so it can actually do some work.Spit a bit out etc. Then properly rinse before you drink anything.Flouride etc. can't do much in 2 minutes.Green tea helps throughout the day too for keeping your teeth happy.Wish I'd never got a metal filling though - worth paying for white ones.


From the amount of advice that you offer you sound as if you're a dentist which I don't think you are from the errors in your comments.

You slag off interdental brushes without ever having used them.

I suggest you have a word with your dentist/hygienist and then review your teeth brushing habits which I'll wager will then be substantially different.
Rinse after brushing? The BDA recommended against that many years ago!

To clean under the gumline - properly - requires an expert and not just a piece of floss. I've had it done and it's bloody painful. Not something I'd want to repeat in a hurry!!
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Wisdom Fresh Effect Mint Burst (expanding) Dental Floss 30m 38p at Asda in store
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just picked up a few of these- Wisdom Fresh Effect Mint Burst (expanding) Dental Floss 30m 38p from Asda living Cortonwood
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Thanks Beryl

I paid over £2 for them last week so I will grab some of these.
It's the last time I'm gonna use expanding floss.
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Philips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush and Airfloss at John Lewis for £75
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Really good deal on Philips Sonicare Electrice toothbrush and Airfloss on John Lewis website - price for both of these sold separately is £120 (£60 each), so great value as a bundl… Read more
£100 now unfortunately. Good deal at £75.
Choward858 h, 23 m ago

HX8274/20


I thought that was for just the airfloss, seems like its for both. Cheers anyway.
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swervy24910 h, 38 m ago

Cheers OP, anyone know the model number of the brush? I can see the …Cheers OP, anyone know the model number of the brush? I can see the airfloss one, but not the brush.



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Cheers OP, anyone know the model number of the brush? I can see the airfloss one, but not the brush.
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Hangsun Rechargeable Water Flosser / Oral irrigator HOC210 £29.99 @ Sold by HANGSUN-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Found 19th Jul 2017Found 19th Jul 2017
Recently bought a basic hangsung flosser and am really impressed with it. This is a much better model with a large water tank and multiple different nozzles and is much cheaper th… Read more
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phill@sw-cc

So it's effectively a pressure washer for your gob?


Haha, yeah pretty much!
So it's effectively a pressure washer for your gob?
When I had my sinus surgery many years ago, I used the waterpik water floss machine to clean my sinuses. Attach a grossan sinus irrigator tip and you have got yourself an useful irrigator to clean your sinuses. :P
u dont need this junk
It's gonna be a long day
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