How to Floss Your Teeth Properly

According to the American Dental association, follow the steps outlined:


  1. Use about 18 inches of floss wound around one of your middle fingers, with the rest wound around the opposite middle finger.
  2. Hold the floss tightly between the thumbs and forefingers and gently insert it between the teeth.
  3. Curve the floss into a “C” shape against the side of the tooth.
  4. Rub the floss gently up and down, keeping it pressed against the tooth. Don’t jerk or snap the floss.
  5. Floss all your teeth. Don’t forget to floss behind your back teeth. 

Zip Rings or course eliminates the need to wrap the floss around your fingers and hands and cuts in more than half the amount of floss needed.  


Zip Rings Dental Flosser: Proper Use and Care

This is an original Kickstarter video sent to backers touting the completion of a key milestone - first production samples.  It has now been repurposed as a user video.

Dear Valued Customer:

Get the most out of your Zip Rings Dental Flosser. Watch this mobile-friendly user overview video and share with family and friends.

Topics covered include:

  • How to attach floss to the Zip Fastener
  • How to cut & remove used floss
  • How to use Zip Notches
  • How to hold Zip Rings dental floss
  • Loading your favorite floss
  • Care instructions

Also, I would love to hear from you. Email me your questions, comments or whatever is on your mind.

Cheers!


Victor Prince | Founder
ZipRings™
A Better Way to Floss