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Crest's Glide Floss Tape works great. It's wider and you don't need as many windings. It's also a helluva lot stronger than thread or regular floss, so it won't rip up on cut steel threads.
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And since Ricodjour don't floss, or even brush much, with all those care packages that his moms keeps dropping off (which he don't use), he's got Plumber's Floss for life!
Hey R, I'm surprised you didn't suggest cutting the floss with a Dual Saw! Heh, no kick, no grab, donchaknow...
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You can use floss to cut PVC, though the regular stuff works better than the Glide.
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RicodJour wrote:

Ooo! Touche.
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mcp6453 wrote:

technically, no. but if its good and tight, it really doesn't matter.
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