Using Hygienic Stick Flossers

For more hygienic flossing with stick flossers, run a trickle of water while flossing. Rinse the floss stick after each tooth. This prevents plaque being transferred from tooth to tooth.
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May 3, 20130 found this helpful

Smart! Will Do!

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July 7, 20130 found this helpful

Who's going to go that trouble? These are a convenience item, portable and handy. I use these while driving, in bed at night, etc., NOT while standing over a sink.

If there's plaque on one tooth, it's going to get to the other teeth anyway.

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July 8, 20130 found this helpful

I like to floss in the shower. I usually do it while I'm conditioning my hair. Before, I would avoid doing it because it was so messy. The shower just washes all the yuck away.

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