Innovative Dental Floss Holder Announced

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Gripit Floss Holders today introduced its new no-fingers-in-the-mouth dental floss holder. Gripits cut flossing time substantially to motivate regular flossing habits in children. They also permit one handed flossing for people with hand injuries or limited dexterity.

Floss with a Smile

We wanted to make an eco-friendly product that could be run through dishwashers and last a lifetime so not to clog landfills. I think we have succeeded.

Gripit Floss Holders today introduced its innovative no-fingers-in-the-mouth dental floss holder. Dubbed a Gripit because of it's patent pending interlocking teeth, these devices grip floss tightly. They are simple to use and cut flossing time by permitting new floss to be advanced in seconds.

"We are excited about making Gripit Floss Holders available to everyone. We think that children and seniors will be especially motivated to floss by using a Gripit Floss Holder because it eliminates the need to put their fingers in their mouths. This makes it much easier and faster to floss," said Bill Warner, Founder of Gripit Floss Holders.

Gripits can be refilled with most floss commonly found in drug and grocery stores. They can be seen in action and purchased at http://www.gripit.biz.

Gripit Floss Holders are made in the U.S. from durable molded plastic with no moving parts. Dave Sederquist, Gripit Program Engineer, explained that "We wanted to make an eco-friendly product that could be run through dishwashers and last a lifetime so not to clog landfills. I think we have succeeded."

Gripit Floss Holders are available through on-line retailers such as The Wright Stuff and Dentist.net. The Company is negotiating distribution with numerous other on-line and oral health retailers. Interested retailers should email sales@gripit.biz for volume pricing and terms.        

For additional information, contact:
Bill Warner
bwarner@gripit.biz
888/857-4422

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