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Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!

I must say I am so glad you all recommended a Water Pik to me. Woman Very Happy

 

My bathroom has not been this clean in ages!  The mirror sparkles, the countertop and everything on it is shined up, and even the floor is looking great. Woman Embarassed

 

Thanks so much!  I hope it will work just as well on teeth. Woman Frustrated 

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!


@Sooner wrote:

I must say I am so glad you all recommended a Water Pik to me. Woman Very Happy

 

My bathroom has not been this clean in ages!  The mirror sparkles, the countertop and everything on it is shined up, and even the floor is looking great. Woman Embarassed

 

Thanks so much!  I hope it will work just as well on teeth. Woman Frustrated 


LOL! Yeah, I'm always drilling my tongue.

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!

@froggy With me...........it's the mirror  that gets the  hit.  

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!


@froggy wrote:

@Sooner wrote:

I must say I am so glad you all recommended a Water Pik to me. Woman Very Happy

 

My bathroom has not been this clean in ages!  The mirror sparkles, the countertop and everything on it is shined up, and even the floor is looking great. Woman Embarassed

 

Thanks so much!  I hope it will work just as well on teeth. Woman Frustrated 


LOL! Yeah, I'm always drilling my tongue.


@froggy Yep!  Did that right off!  Woman Tongue

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!

I may move it to the laundry room.  Bigger sink. . . 

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!

3.5 years ago, when I broke my left arm I found doing my teeth care quite adventurous.     Being totally (except scissors) left-handed, and the fact that my right hand is dumb as a box of rocks, I struggled.

 

As to the WaterPik bit of that - I'd try like heck to keep it in my mouth, as I moved along the way.  But my stupid right hand couldn't seem to maintain control and every time I'd end up with it flying around the room and my face.   That was not fun.

 

 

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!


@Sooner wrote:

I must say I am so glad you all recommended a Water Pik to me. Woman Very Happy

 

My bathroom has not been this clean in ages!  The mirror sparkles, the countertop and everything on it is shined up, and even the floor is looking great. Woman Embarassed

 

Thanks so much!  I hope it will work just as well on teeth. Woman Frustrated 


LOL!!! A friend of mine got one and water was every where. On the walls, counter, mirror, & her clothes. She got the hang of it now.

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Re: Thanks to all for the Water Flosser recommendations!

My husband asked what I had set it on and I said "high" and he recommended backing off that a tad until I learn how to use it.  It helps Woman Embarassed.

 

I still find it adds to my hydration because somehow I still end up gulping a little.  Oh well, I never claimed to be coordinated!