Latest incarnation of this product is now poor quality.
The latest incarnation of this product, Colgate tartar control floss, is made in Malaysia. Claims no shredding and strong which is complete rubbish. Sometime it breaks, but more often, almost every use, strands come off getting stuck or remaining in my mouth. As these are much thinner, being just strands of the whole floss they are difficult to remove from between the teeth when they come off the main strand. The current quality is what you would expect from a cheap Asian product, but if Colgate are going to go down this route for the profit ma...rgin it gives them then their reputation will over time suffer and they will just be another run of the mill company with alternatives springing up and taking their market share as disillusioned users try other brands.
Good as floss goes, but too hard to hold.
This is thin enough to get between close teeth,
It does not shred,
It is very hard to hold, without using lots of floss.as, you need to wrap it around your fingers many times, to keep a firm grip, Otherwise it slides from your grasp.
Better than other floss that breaks into pieces in between your teeth.
Thin, Non shred.
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While Colgate has a 2.7-metre trial floss length, and a 137m surgery size dispenser, only the Colgate 25-metre dental ribbon is sold in stores, available in a regular version or a tartar control version.
The use of single-filament PTFE is designed to help this floss resist shredding, especially when compared to other brands that use nylon floss.
This floss has a natural wax coating to help wax slide easily between teeth, however if you already experience trouble holding floss between your fingers, this may make it harder to grip.
While there are mixed reviews on the effectiveness of this dental floss, at $2.99 per 25-metre box, it doesn’t hurt to try it out and decide for yourself.
|Category||Flossing & Dental Care Products|
|Release date||Sept 2007|
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