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Waterpik Ultra water flosser - $44.96 Blk only & FS

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[Walmart] Waterpik Ultra water flosser - $44.96 Blk only & FS

I have had my Costco $60 warehouse sale Waterpik Ultra + Nano dual pak for a number of years now. While still working, its getting a bit scaly & gross as anyone who's had one likely knows. I suppose I could do a massive detail clean but wat da hey, maybe its telling me its time for a new one esp since its not that expensive + its something I put in my mouth on a daily basis.

Coincidentally Costco is having the same Waterpik dual pak on for $60 right now. Since I've never used the Nano flosser, I thought I'd ask Unc Goog to see if there's anything better for just the Ultra (which I love fwiw).

Well waddayanoe, Walmart has the Waterpik Ultra black only on sale for $44.96. Seems like a good deal to me esp since price incl FS & no membership required for those without.

I just ordered one & thought I'd give a shoutout here for anyone else with similar needs.
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My dentist said just open your mouth in front of your showerhead 🤣
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benilla wrote: My dentist said just open your mouth in front of your showerhead 🤣
He will get more business that way :) waterpik is the best thing you can do for your gums
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Patrickpete wrote: I'm curious are these things messy? Does it actually get stuck food out or does it just complement a flossing routine?
They are pretty messy, but you can minimize it once used to it. Good regular flossing is probably better but I find Waterpik much easier to do and to maintain a routine, I hated regular flossing.
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pux420 wrote: They are pretty messy, but you can minimize it once used to it. Good regular flossing is probably better but I find Waterpik much easier to do and to maintain a routine, I hated regular flossing.
Water flossing done correctly is much superior, it will remove way more stuff than normal flossing.
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dainfamous41 wrote: These don't work well IMO
3 different dental hygienist and dentist have recommeded this to me, so I pulled trigger.

Is your opinion one of a professional?
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I’m one of those who never used to floss, I bought this a year ago and have been using it every day since. For those who say this doesn’t work, they must not know how to use it lol.
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Wish a deal would come up for a good wireless one I can pack for travel.
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Waterflossing works better than regular. Been using for many years and only floss with a thread when travel. I tried 3 different ones all work about the same. I suggest find a portable one which you can charge. They hold less water and maybe not as strong,but very capable, take much less space too. This one is too large. I had a similar one for a year.
Just search around. Mine holds 300ml. There are some that hold more. On most days I don't have to refill it and can do all teeth, but at times I have to fill it twice. takes literally about 10 seconds so hardly a hassle. I charge it and it's good for about 3-4 weeks for a family of 2.


Here's what I mean by portable(just example).
https://www.amazon.ca/Cordless-Irrigato ... 09BZHCYGC/
I use voice typing, expect mistakes...
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Thanks OP. Picked one up for my daughter who just got braces.
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I used to think it is all gimmick and marketing. After my dentist and couple of friends recommended this, gave it a shot. Now I am one of those friends who recommends this and sound like a MLM guy trying to explain benefits of this.
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There is something about flossing I don't like. I find I use my Pik a lot more. My hygienist noticed a great improvement.
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dainfamous41 wrote: These don't work well IMO
Since getting one of these the hygienist has said more than once that I must have a good routine of oral care, good for me. And hygienists NEVER say good things!
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benilla wrote: My dentist said just open your mouth in front of your showerhead 🤣
You must have the commando 450 lol
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Patrickpete wrote: I'm curious are these things messy? Does it actually get stuck food out or does it just complement a flossing routine?
not messy when you get the hang of it. I've been using one since 2018
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Costco seems like the better deal right? Comes with 2 although one is smaller.
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For 15$ more, you get carrying bag + nano at costco. I picked one up today and surprised how small nano is in the bag, and it says same power as big one on the go for travels and stuff.

I must admit tho the black version looks much more better than the white
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Waterpiks are a great addition to your oral hygiene regiment but the general consensus is that it shouldn't be considered a replacement for flossing. The pressure of the water does not create enough shear forces to remove as much plaque as traditional flossing can.

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