Keep Your Teeth Healthy with Plackers Flossers {G!VEAWAY}

Do you floss your teeth daily?

Do you floss your kids’ teeth daily?

Plackers has a great solution to making flossing teeth an easier job and in the case of the kids, much more fun!

We are quickly approaching a season where we allow ourselves a few (or in some cases, many) extra treats. The sugary treats like baked goods and candy canes can sit in our teeth and cause us some issues.

Why not include some Plackers in your family stockings this year along with the treats?! I know I will be.

A perfect stocking stuff for kids are Plackers flossers. Plackers Kids flossers are berry-flavored, come in fun animal shapes and are specially designed to make them easier for little hands to use.

To help your family have healthy teeth in the new year, we are offering a giveaway prize of a 6-month supply of kids flossers, plus an assortment of full-size bags of other popular Plackers flossers for the whole family, such Twin-Line, Micro Mint, GentleSlide, Orthopick (for people with braces) and Whitening.

Prize: 6 month supply of Plackers for your family
(approx retail value of $30 USD)
Giveaway open to Canadian residents
(Please see Terms and Conditions in the Rafflecopter Form for more information)
Giveaway ends 12:00AM December 17, 2012

This giveaway is now closed. Please visit our current giveaways page to enter more!

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23 Responses to Keep Your Teeth Healthy with Plackers Flossers {G!VEAWAY}

  1. Annie1 says:

    when my kids were little I used to sing a song for them while they were brushing; when I was done singing…they were done brushing!

    Anne Taylor

  2. Piggy Wan says:

    i tell them to count to 100, then stop brushing
    rafflecopter – Yan Deng

  3. Bunny Girl says:

    Ask them to sing “If you happy and you know it” 3 times while brushing.


  4. Soozle says:

    Have kids hum a song while brushing or sing it for them

  5. flowerchild says:

    Put on music while they brush their teeth and do it with them.

  6. josiefiorda says:

    I have a timer in the bathroom. They have to brush until it dings!

  7. gibberish says:

    Great minds think alike. When my children were small, I sued a timer when they were brushing their teeth too. It also helped to get flavors of toothpaste that they liked.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

  8. Anu Chopra says:

    Put a little egg timer so they brush a full minute – they love brushing and watching the timer!

  9. 2012july says:

    I love the humming songs ideas. I used an egg timer with my kids (I use it myself sometimes too). Also, we just used a tiny bit of toothpaste for my daughter who, like me, doesn’t like the taste of toothpaste.

  10. Jennifer says:

    we use toothbrushes with characters that our kids love

  11. Sue2Sueper says:

    A time is what has always worked for us.

  12. mongupp says:

    I put toothpaste on their brushes so they will be ready to brush

  13. Use a small hourglass timer like the ones from board games. My parents always used one for us to make sure that we brushed for at least a minute.

  14. janella8888 says:

    If you dread brushing your teeth, reward yourself with a new toothbrush or floss every 90 brushings. Countdown to your reward! 🙂

  15. 409cope says:

    I always tried to buy toothpaste that my boys liked the taste of.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  16. I put toothpaste on for them and then play a song and they brush til the song is done

  17. leanne_mac says:

    I give them a turn brushing their teeth after I have my turn doing it

    leannemacg at

  18. Reg and Faa says:

    I showed our daughter how to brush our teeth and make it daily lifestyle for us. And she just loves brushing her teeth so far. 😀

    narathip wall

    polo_wataga at yahoo dot com

  19. I let my son pick out his own toothbrush (which is usually his fave character at the time) I encourage him to buy the one’s that play music…those are timed, so you can brush until the music stops. I also have a ‘brushing chart’ and he get’s a star every brushing. Then, we bring the charts to his dentist, who gives him coins (for the quarter machines they have in the lobby)for his efforts.

  20. Flo says:

    We have our own favorite toothpaste

  21. Tina L. says:

    There is a timer in the bathroom to let them know how long to brush for.

  22. jonandjules says:

    My son gets these cool toothbrushes from the dentist that have lights that flash to tell you how long to brush. Also, I recommend the fun little flossers – now that he’s getting his adult teeth the flossing is pretty important.
    Rafflecopter name Jules A.

  23. Jazzy6178 says:

    Hum happy birthday while you brush. It is about the right length of time to clean your teeth.

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