Floss

Dental floss containers are troublesome because they too have a number of various plastic parts within the floss container that are likely NOT the same grade of plastic.  Thus, most of these containers are tossed into the trash heap.   I have been using Dental Lace for the past year with mixed success.  The floss is biodegradable, but breaks easily while I floss my teeth.  I would say I can go without the floss breaking every other session of flossing. The container is gorgeous! It’s glass with a nice design on the outside. However, I believe the label is a non-recyclable sticker.  I have tried the regular dental lace product as well as a charcoal floss.  I have noticed the charcoal floss is slightly stronger.

Last weekend I found this floss and have been extremely pleased! The floss is made of bamboo and the container is compostable! It took a little bit of work to get the floss through the compostable contraption, next stop but really wasn’t too difficult and I’m off to the races! I’m so excited about the solution and the effective bamboo floss that comes in the compostable packaging that I was inspired to blog about it!  Every choice you make in favor of the planet will make an impact. Give this class a shot and tell me what you think! I purchased this floss while filling up on my bulk supplies from Central Market in Shoreline.

 

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