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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Power Floss Makes Trick or Treat FUN!

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this product, free of charge,from Power Floss via Interact Marketing, for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

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I know you may be saying, how can a flosser make Halloween FUN?

Simple, when kids enjoy filling the Power Floss and USING it, then they're happy to get all that Halloween candy sugar out from in between their teeth! After all, if something is FUN< kids want to try it, right?

While it may look imitimidating, it's so simple to use that your kids will be shooshing you out of the bathroom, while they easily load and have fun with the Power Floss!

It is SO easy to use:

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That is IT!

NO batteries, NO charging, Just fill with regular water, point and press and the Air Infusion Technology quickly and gently uses air to propel the water gently remove plaque-causing debris. Easy peasy!

The first time you use the flosser, you do have to submerge the pump in water, and then pump it a few times the to start the air flow. We found that after that initial set up, it took only one or two pumps to get the Power Floss started.

For our family this was the perfect solution to sending da kid to her dad's with her expensive battery powered flosser, and then having her forget to bring it back, or to have it damaged. She hates to floss her teeth with floss, so power flossers are the only way to get in between her teeth really CLEAN. By using the Power Floss, she WILL floss her teeth, because it is FUN, when she's not at home. It's compact size means it can go easily in her overnight bag, with no heavy weight from batteries, or having to lug a charger with her. Which means it is GREAT for adults who travel too! And because you can empty it out between uses, you don't have to worry about a large water reservoir spilling all over. 

Overall, I'd say this is great for kids, and great for on the go flossing for adults. It's not super powerful, but it is more than powerful for routine issues and cleaning. Add a lower price than traditional powered flossers, and you have a very viable option for your kids (or the person who travels a lot).

So check it out and you'll be like Miss Grace-
"WOW, it works, it's pretty neat"

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