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flosser

It seems hard enough to get them to brush, I realize, but, as we all know, the sooner we help them form the flossing habit the better. A dentist once told me that it’s more important to floss than to brush. Because it’s hard for their little hands to use string, I use disposable flossers,

I know—not the most eco, but the only thing that works for us, and we rinse them and reuse until the string breaks. The one pictured here is good for particularly little hands.

 

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  1. Posted by: heija

    Hi MF!

    I agree, dexterity aids trump ecoquette. Where can I get the lighter green flossers you show?

    Happy day!

    Heija

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