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Amazon [amazon.com] has Efferdent Anti-Bacterial Retainer and Denture Cleanser | 5-in-1 Cleansing System | 102 Tablets [Complete Clean] on sale for $2.37 w/ S&S
  • ​Effervescent 5-in-1 cleansing system; actively cleans, whitens and freshens retainers, dentures and other dental appliances
20% S&S discount is available w/ 5+ items making this $2.
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I use these on my Candid clear liners, along with an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, and they get so clean and clear.

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I use these on my Candid clear liners, along with an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, and they get so clean and clear.
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Fyi, 20% is only available with of these items
https://www.amazon.com/b/ref=fly_...7044210011
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I use these on my Candid clear liners, along with an ultrasonic jewelry cleaner, and they get so clean and clear.
I never thought to try an ultrasonic cleaner with my liners. Good idea. Any recommendations for a good ultrasonic cleaner? I already use either denture tablets or liner cleaner, whichever is on sale when I am running low.
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FYI this stuff contains persulfate which is known to cause digestive issues and runs the risk of being confused with candy if you have a little one around.

There's really no reason you need to use persulfate denture cleaners when there are several varieties available that are persulfate-free, such as DentaSoak and Fresh Guard. If you would prefer to save even more money you could just use a squirt of liquid castile soap instead – it's all natural, safe, and works just as well as any other chemically-based cleaning compound. So while this may be a "good deal", it's certainly not "good for you".
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I never thought to try an ultrasonic cleaner with my liners. Good idea. Any recommendations for a good ultrasonic cleaner? I already use either denture tablets or liner cleaner, whichever is on sale when I am running low.
I got a Ukoke machine that was well-rated for $30. It works best with those tabs. I tried mouthwash and or dish soap, but there'd still be gunk. With the tabs, they're so clear and no gunk left behind.
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I got a Ukoke machine that was well-rated for $30. It works best with those tabs. I tried mouthwash and or dish soap, but there'd still be gunk. With the tabs, they're so clear and no gunk left behind.
awesome, thanks!
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On sale Again? Seems standard price now.
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Can this be used to clean the toilet?

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Yes, they do a great job cleaning toilets. Just leave in overnight.
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FYI this stuff contains persulfate which is known to cause digestive issues and runs the risk of being confused with candy if you have a little one around.

There's really no reason you need to use persulfate denture cleaners when there are several varieties available that are persulfate-free, such as DentaSoak and Fresh Guard. If you would prefer to save even more money you could just use a squirt of liquid castile soap instead – it's all natural, safe, and works just as well as any other chemically-based cleaning compound. So while this may be a "good deal", it's certainly not "good for you".
Well you aren't suppose to eat it. My used motor oil looks like delicious chocolate syrup, but I'm responsible enough to store it safely.

I'm sure most people rinse off afterwards whatever they use it with. I'm no doctor/chemist/whatever, but I'm pretty sure the residual leftover on the item cleaned won't be enough to cause any issues.
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On sale Again? Seems standard price now.
Still on sale. Went OOS. Now it's back.
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I use these to clean my camelbak, and other hydration gear. Works great and no weird taste.
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I'd be interested in seeing the Venn diagram of denture wearers and Slickdeals members.
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