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ammaretto wrote: Thanks! flouride mouthwash is expensive.... i will gladly use this kids stuff.
Does all mouthwash contain fluoride?
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I know there's a new thread coming Monday but here's a few things I found.
The 3rd last image for cups is Dollarama brand but look really good and are dishwasher and microwave safe (recently many are not microwave safe because they have metal details)
Last the spout, has anyone used it? I wonder if it just falls off from any weight, like if it wasn't just watery liquid.
Thanks in advance!

I almost bought the leads mug because the quality looks really good and the top is really sturdy, like it.might actually be spill proof
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teachit wrote: I know there's a new thread coming Monday but here's a few things I found.
The 3rd last image for cups is Dollarama brand but look really good and are dishwasher and microwave safe (recently many are not microwave safe because they have metal details)
Last the spout, has anyone used it? I wonder if it just falls off from any weight, like if it wasn't just watery liquid.
Thanks in advance!

I almost bought the leads mug because the quality looks really good and the top is really sturdy, like it.might actually be spill proof
The Maple Leafs mug should be a solid choice since it's made by Corningware.
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ammaretto wrote: Thanks! flouride mouthwash is expensive.... i will gladly use this kids stuff.
I think for the price and size you can do better at SDM (bi-weekly sale) or Walmart. Usually $5.99 or $6.99 for 1000ml, vs $4 for 473ml.
Why can't we all just get along?
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That Maple Leafs merch gonna age like milk. Oh well, always next year here...

Spotted some nice Top Gun/Father's Day crossover stuff

Liberty Market, 171 E Liberty St, Toronto, ON M6K 3P6
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sprung wrote: That Maple Leafs merch gonna age like milk. Oh well, always next year here...
Maybe for bandwagon fans, but true fans are true fans.
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gowifi wrote: what is wrong with flouride?
I didn't say anything was wrong with fluoride.

Just asking Ammaretto as he wanted mouthwash with fluoride.
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This USB light might make a good travel alternative to my daughters star projector. Plug it into a USB battery pack. Will give it a shot.
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Slapntickle wrote: Maybe for bandwagon fans, but true fans are true fans.
Yet, when this stuff ends up at the Dollarama....

The issue with the Leafs is that 'fans' generally don't have good access to tickets -- it's always corporate folks in there who are more interested in business than hockey. My last visit showed me how passionless the fans at Scotia Arena are. Though it's no excuse for the team to suck year over year over year.
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tonekneeah wrote: I didn't say anything was wrong with fluoride.

Just asking Ammaretto as he wanted mouthwash with fluoride.
Most mouth wash doesn't have fluoride.
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I was at the dollarama in Montreal on jarry and I believe langelier or lacordaire and came across Dr. Scholls sport insoles, they have a plastic piece for arch support, for $4. They definitely look like $20 insoles.

The model is performance athletic series. Just looked and they are indeed $20.

https://www.drscholls.ca/en/p/athletic- ... t-insoles/
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Dec 2, 2015
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I've been looking for the sports insoles but no where I went had them unfortunately...
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jeff1970 wrote: Most mouth wash doesn't have fluoride.
That is correct. Of the popular brands, the particular ones that do have fluoride have it in a 0.02% amount. Such as some Scope rinses.

Those are suitable for daily use.

For a weekly dose at a higher 0.20% concentration, choice is limited, and costs at least twice as much. Such as Opti-Rinse.
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Mar 20, 2021
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jeff1970 wrote: Yet, when this stuff ends up at the Dollarama....

The issue with the Leafs is that 'fans' generally don't have good access to tickets -- it's always corporate folks in there who are more interested in business than hockey. My last visit showed me how passionless the fans at Scotia Arena are. Though it's no excuse for the team to suck year over year over year.
Totally agree, Leaf Square is where the fans congregate. The highest priced ticketed franchise consistently gets their fans hopes up only to disappoint them in the end year after year... Just like the Buffalo Bills.
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teachit wrote: I've been looking for the sports insoles but no where I went had them unfortunately...
How many stores did u go to? I find that each store varies and sometimes going back to the same store yields new stuff.

Ive seen Dr. Scholls insoles in multiple stores in Vancouver area for several months now so check various stores around your area if you can.

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