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BUTLER DENT FLOSBRUSH MINT Size: 861RA

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  • Easy, convenient one-handed flossing without the mess.
  • Angled handle and compact head allow easy access to back teeth.
  • Disposable floss handle contains approximately 150 uses.


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BUTLER DENT FLOSBRUSH MINT Size: 861RA

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 0.5 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0013ND6PE
  • UPC: 063174021264
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #282,097 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Fannie Hanover on June 16, 2010
I've been using the Butler flossbrush for years. I find it's the only flosser that feels comfortable in my mouth and reaches everywhere. I really hate to wrap floss around my fingers (cuts off the circulation!) and find I can't floss hard enough or correctly.

Yes, it is true about what others say about the floss becomming loose too quickly. Some things that help: initially pull out the floss and keep it dry (less slippery), wind it very firmly 3 times around the little knob, wrap it over the prongs, then around the knob another 3 times and hold the end down firmly against the handle while you floss. Floss between teeth all the way under the gums, but not so it's uncomfortable in any way. Swivel the flossbrush while flossing up and down to the left and right to floss the "corners" of each tooth. That should get all the plaque off that the toothbrush can't reach. You may still have to rewind a couple times.

As far as cleaning: After cutting the floss off with the little cutter on the handle, you can rinse the head off and let it dry. This will discourage bacteria. If you have special concerns (like you have a cold or sore throat), swab it off with some disinfecting alcohol.

Now, don't tell Butler, but, after you run out of floss, don't throw the flossbrush away, just buy plain floss, cut off what you need and just wrap it around the flossbrush as I describe above. The flossbrush will last until the little knob pops off out of sheer exaustion.

I have always liked Butler products. They seem to be better quality. One of the very few companies I do feel a loyalty to. Goofy maybe, but there you have it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By William B. Baker on February 6, 2010
Our children's dentist gave us one of these. We tried it, and the oldest of our children (10 years old) insists on using it every night. It works for her, but for the rest of us it gets too loose after one or two teeth and has to be re-tightened. She seems to have developed a technique of keeping a finger pressed against a particular position on the floss to keep it tight.

It's an interesting design -- it has the potential to be a much more efficient use of floss than wrapping it around your fingers, because you only use a few inches at a time. If you can keep it from coming loose constantly.

Personally, I will stick with traditional floss for myself and disposable plastic flossers for the younger children. Simple and affordable.
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By LB on March 10, 2012
I've been using these for well over a decade... the only one I've liked more in any respect was a Finland-made contraption made for Oravive that kept its (novamin-coated) floss ultra-tight (but still required odd stretching out of my cheeks to get the back flossed). Alas, that's not available anymore, and back to this I go.

I've found the way to actually keep myself flossing is having one of these on my night stand and another on a coaster beside my keyboard (along with individually wrapped alcohol swabs to clean it with). I end up grabbing it after I've eaten fruit, etc while I'm listening to This American Life or watching 30 Rock or whatever on my computer. Having it in sight makes me conscious of food being on my teeth, and I end up usually flossing twice a day this way-when winding up and winding down. Of course, initially I paid a lot of attention to every tooth, but by now, I just wrap it 5x *tightly* then very precisely pull it taut then another 5x around and it stays tight and only catches/tries to shred between 2 molars that I made a point to do last once I figured out it consistently caught there-tooth issue for all floss, not just this stuff. I like that as I go along, I can wipe particles off easily as the floss is not occupying my index fingers... it also stands up to sterilization well enough (though I don't do it often&obviously remove the floss before doing that). I tend to go around my entire mouth 2x each flossing session and only move the thread one or two times. I have very tight molars and this gets in them well. When I run out of the floss included, this acts exactly as other flossing tools, only I like this one more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Veronica Falcao on March 6, 2011
I thought this would be a great floss holder for travel. Unfortunately, I couldn't even get it to work for my molars because it was too small.

I would think this would be GREAT for kids between 7 and 12 or so?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey P. Silverstone on February 16, 2011
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I miss my Floss-o-matic (or something like that) that does not seem to be made any longer. It had a better way of locking the floss. This one is an acceptable replacement.
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By Jonathan Baker on May 10, 2013
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The entire thing is about 4" (10cm) long and the handle is only 2" (it's about like a tube of lip balm). I like the rubber grip and the option to easily refill the spool. It's self-contained without getting fancy.

One problem is the entire device (and my hand) must go in my mouth to get the back teeth. This defeats a major purpose of a floss handle.

You must fit your teeth in the triangle between the floss and the handle. This is about 3/4" wide (20mm) and 1/2" deep (15mm). This is just barely wide enough to fit my teeth into, but not deep enough to reach my gums (especially in the back where it must be at an angle).

Another problem is that the floss-winding knob has very little head. I need about 12 times round to hold the tension I need for tight teeth. It doesn't fit on there.

Lastly, the cutting blade is recessed and difficult to reach.

Tell Glide to bring back the beast floss holder the world has ever seen:
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