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LISTERINE® Floss

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Advanced technology for a cleaner healthier mouth – uniquely designed for your individual needs.

LISTERINE® ULTRACLEAN®

LISTERINE® ULTRACLEAN® Floss

  • Extruded with MICRO-GROOVES® TECHNOLOGY as a single filament with ribs which increase surface area
  • Shred resistant & slides easily
  • Ribbed surface for cleaning & additives
  • Slides as easily as Glide® Mint Floss and removes up to 2x more plaque1,2

LISTERINE® COOL MINT™ Floss

LISTERINE® COOL MINT™ Floss

  • Removes up to 61% more plaque than Glide® Mint Floss
  • Waxed coating improves slide
  • Shred resistant
  • Soft, flexible

LISTERINE® GENTLE GUM CARE Floss

LISTERINE® GENTLE GUM CARE Floss

  • Soft on gums, hard on plaque
  • Springy & resilient
  • Removes up to 40% more plaque than Glide® Mint Floss

LISTERINE® HEALTHY WHITE™ Floss

LISTERINE® HEALTHY WHITE™ Floss

  • Extruded with MICRO-GROOVES® TECHNOLOGY as a single filament with ribs which increase surface area
  • Designed to remove tough stains like coffee, tea and wine
  • Baking soda whitens teeth
  • Slides as easily as Glide® Mint Floss and removes up to 2x more plaque1,2

LISTERINE® ULTRACLEAN® ACCESS® Flosser

LISTERINE® ULTRACLEAN® ACCESS® Flosser

  • Easily gets to 100% of HARD TO REACH PLACES®
  • Removes up to 40% more plaque than Glide® Mint Floss
  • Long, ergonomic handle & non-slip grip
  • High-tenacity yarn withstands breakage
  • Not sticky

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Data on file, McNEIL-PPC, Inc. Use all products only as directed. The third-party trademarks used herein are trademarks of their respective owners. ©McNEIL-PPC, Inc. 2014

REFERENCE: 1. Charles CA, Vair LH, Queiroz D, et al. Comparing consumer acceptance and perceived benefits of two floss technologies. J Dent Hyg. 2009;83(4):204. 2. Morris A, Santos S, Sinatra K, et al. Plaque removal of a revolutionary monofilament floss with flexible MICRO-GROOVES®. J Dent Res. 2009;88(Spec Issue A). Abstract 1574. www.dentalresearch.org