McKinney Mommas: How to Get Your Kids To Floss - Plackers Flossers + #Giveaway! Google+

Sunday, April 17, 2016

How to Get Your Kids To Floss - Plackers Flossers + #Giveaway!

I was given complimentary samples of this product to faciliate this review, as well as a promotional item as a thank you. All opinions are 100% my own and not influenced by the company described. 
 
Have your kids begged you lately to use your dental floss or little flossing picks?

Mine do all the time, but I don't let them, because of the sharp pointy edge on the handle.

I was honestly, prying Baby O. off of my bathroom counter, trying to prevent her from stealing one of my dental picks, when I got a "ding" from my email. 

 Plackers to the rescue!



Finally, a flosser that's designed specifically for kids has come to our rescue!  

Plackers, are a great way to start kids on a road to healthy dental care habits - plus they're totally fun! 

These hand-held little flossers have a dual grip, so parents can help teach their kids to floss as well as a place for kids to grip when they get the hang of it (which my kiddos did within a day)!. 

Did I mention they come in a tasty Fruit Smoothie Swirl flavor?


Did You Know? 

Dentists recommend that as soon as a child has two teeth touching, parents should begin introducing a daily flossing routine!

I'm a little late to the game, but hey, at least none of my kids have lost their first tooth yet!

The girls set up their little Plackers Flosser Friend on the bathroom counter, next to their toothbrushes and ask for a "Fruit Smoothie Flosser" every night.

I'm confident they're on their way to a healthy dental care routine, with the help of their flossing friend - Plackers.

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30 comments :

  1. Yes, my grandsons floss every night before bed. They use these flossers which makes all of our lives much easier!

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  2. I learned that a smoothie is a great healthy option for kids to eat. It packs a ton of health benefits for kids.

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  3. Yes they do but they would love the cuteness of this product.

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  4. No but I would like to get them started on one.

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  5. Not really yet. This would be a great way to encourage one!
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com
    Ashley C

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  6. My kids enjoy flossing once a day because I use a song, thank you!

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  7. I provide the flossers, but getting them to use them is another story.

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  8. My daughter actually loves to floss. I just have a hard time getting the kids to concentrate on the brushing part.

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  9. Not really, they just floss occasionally.

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  10. No, my kids do not have a good flossing routine... they only seem to be motivated a few days after dental visits.

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  11. I try to get them a flossing routine, but sometimes it's hard. They don't wanna do it lol but these are so fun I think they would love them and finally be excited to floss!

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  12. They do it after they brush there teeth.

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  13. We try to remember to floss every night.

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  14. No they don't, but they should! This would make it easier and fun! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

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  15. yes we floss first, then brush, then mouthwash. it's a struggle though.

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  16. Yes they do! Mouthwash, Floss and brushing those pearly whites.

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  17. Yes. They floss after dinner and then after they brush their teeth
    Laurie Emerson

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  18. Yes, my son has just started to incorporate flossing into his routine.

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  19. I don't think they do, but I do try to remind them when I think of it.

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  20. a nutritious diet gives kids energy

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  21. I cannot seem to get my kids excited about starting to floss. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  22. no I am going to start him soon

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  23. It packs a ton of health benefits for kids.

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