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Office hours: Mon – Fri 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (PST)

Phone: 855-400-2369

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How Do I use Tasty Clean?

Simply spray the item liberally, wait at least 30 seconds then wipe or shake off the excess. For extremely soiled objects, it is recommended to let the formula work longer (up to 5 minutes). No need to wipe or rinse off the safe to ingest formula, it is now tasty and clean.

Is Tasty Clean really chemical free?

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Should I shake it before use?

Because Tasty Clean is all natural and does not use preservatives or harsh chemicals, the ingredients (like grapefruit seed extract and apple cider vinegar) may separate. If you see orange or yellow particles in your bottle don’t be alarmed, it’s all natural. Just shake well before use.

Can I clean my denture with Tasty Clean?

Tasty Clean can be used with metal, acrylic, or flexible thermoplastic nylon resin partial dentures (flex partials), full dentures, and even implant retained overdentures.

Spray the device at least 5 minutes before use, let it air dry and then put it in your mouth.

How Do I us Tasty Clean on my retainer?

Spray the device at least 5 minutes before use, let it air dry and then put it in your mouth.

What other items can I use Tasty Clean On?

So many things! Here are some of the things we have used it on, but the list goes on!

baby bottles and sippy cups, toys, pacifiers, utensils, sports mouth guards, night guards, retainers, dentures, woodwind musical instruments, candy that has fallen, fruit, phone and tablet screens (spray a cloth or towel then wipe the phone down), Children’s faces, hands, highchairs, eye glasses…OK its a long list but you get the idea!

What if I swallow Tasty Clean?

Not meant for drinking, but wouldn’t hurt you if you did. All of the ingredients found in Tasty Clean are food grade ingredients that you would find in a wide variety foods and beverages.  Clinically tough but chemical free, so there is no need to worry if it gets in your mouth (or your child chugs a bottle because it’s so tasty).

Is TASTY CLEAN clinically tested?

Tasty Clean boasts a clinically tested formula. We all know the benefits of apple cider vinegar for health purposes and especially when it comes to cleaning. Both are backed by scientific research. Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the main ingredients in Tasty Clean and has been used as a natural antibacterial solution for thousands of years, but modern technology has lead us away from the good old natural remedies. No harsh chemicals required.

Tasty Clean is covered by FSA, HSA/MHA plans as an appliance support product.

 FDA Class I Medical Device Exempt

*Laboratory tested and proven highly effective against bacteria and viruses like H1N1 flu

Preparing Summer Activities For Your Family

Planning your family fun time by working in a schedule for the days they are out of school just may save your sanity!

Looking Out For Our Kids Mental Development

We want our kids to be healthy and have strong bodies, but sometimes we may put more emphasis on their physical activities and strengthening than looking out for our kids mental development needs.

Corey Clement + Tasty Clean

Corey Clement knows what’s up! Thank you for choosing Tasty Clean to keep your football mouth guard fresh and clean all season long!

What are the Risk Factors for Cavities?

Cavities (also known as caries or tooth decay) are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the United States. Untreated cavities can cause pain and infections that may lead to problems with eating, speaking, playing, and learning. So how can you help your children stay cavity free? First of all brush and floss, and limit the amount of sugary treats, and keep these factors in mind…

Celebrating our Planet on Earth Day

Today we are celebrating our wonderful Earth! The planet we live, play, work, love, explore and thrive on! April 22 every year is Earth Day, and a wonderful opportunity to teach our kids more about protecting planet Earth.

Tips for Safe Handling, Dyeing and Eating Easter Eggs

We hope you are planning time with the family this Easter. Whether your Easter plans include bunnies hopping down the trail, baskets, bonnets or candy, chances are eggs may have a role. Coloring, hiding and eventually eating Easter eggs has been a long-held tradition for many families. But are they safe to eat?

Caring for Your Young Child’s Dental Health

When caring for your young child’s dental health, don’t underestimate the importance of teething and dental health in your babies and toddlers. In fact, caring for baby teeth is just as important as caring for adult teeth. Baby teeth prepare the way for adult teeth to erupt through the gums. If they decay or are removed too early, orthodontic treatment is necessary to make space for the adult teeth to come through.

April is National Youth Sports Safety Month

Help keep our kids safe! One of the reasons Tasty Clean was started was to keep my baby safe and free from unnecessary germs while in public. Now that the kids are growing, we are more and more concerned as a family about keeping our children physically safe as they engage in sports. So this month we participate in the National youth Sports Safety Month and wanted to share this information and safety tips with you.

Spring Outdoor Activities Your Family Will Love!

Getting outdoors is a healthy way for your kids to connect to themselves and nature, spending time exploring and discovering their local roots.

Staying Home for Spring Break? Here’s How to Make the Most of It

Not everyone spends spring break lounging on a sandy beach. For those of us staying home for spring break around DFW this week, the options for things to do – and ways to avoid cabin fever with the whole family at home – may seem limited. But really, there are many activities you and your family finally have time to explore. Here are some ways you can stay active, both physically and intellectually

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