Item No. 0316037

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Reach Floss, Mint, Waxed, 1 roll

$4.99

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We all know that along with brushing, flossing has been proven to prevent gum disease and remove plaque. Reach Floss is strong, waxed floss that glides between teeth without breaking. The fresh mint flavor helps to freshen your mouth with every use.

Features & Benefits:

  • Removes up to 52% more plaque than glide original mint
  • The floss dentists use most
  • Waxed variety, mint flavor
  • Shred Resistant
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Specs
Height 4.85 inches
Width 2.85 inches
Depth 1.45 inches
Unit Price $0.83 per 100 SQFT (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 1
Depth 1.45
Width 2.85
Height 4.85
Extended Size 1 roll
Indications Prevent gum disease.
Country of Manufacture United States
Ingredient Preference Made in the USA
Directions
Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.Flossing is easy with the proper technique:1. Wind an 18-inch piece of floss around your middle fingers, leaving about 4 inches of floss between them. 2. Grasp floss firmly between thumb and index finger of each hand. Gently slide floss between teeth, using a slow sawing motion to slip between tight teeth. 3. Move floss up and down against tooth to clean both above and below the gum line, curving the floss around the tooth for best results. 4. Repeat cleaning procedure for each tooth. Every few teeth, move to a clean piece of floss by unwinding floss from one finger and rewinding it onto the other finger.