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Complaint Review: originals by weber
originals by webertoms river, New Jersey United States of America
originals by weber sold wax as a inovative new dental lining material toms river, New Jersey
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Weber Denture Liner Kit (Patent Pending): Another, less expensive method of re-lining a loose denture is to apply an always soft, always flexible liner material on the inside (top) of the denture. This way of solving the problem is available in Webers new do-it-yourself Weber Denture Liner kit. It is an easy way of re-lining a denture that can be done by the false teeth wearer at home. The liners can be used on both upper and lower dentures. They require no mixing, are always soft, flexible and long lasting. One Liner can be used for one to four weeks. Length of use of a Liner depends on quality of care provided by the denture wearer. FOUR WEEKS?? YOU WOULD BE LUCKY TO LAST 4 HOURS. i PAID 24.00 FOR 4 LINERS. I USED 3 IN 8 HOURS AND EACH ONE FELL APART AS ONLY WAX DOES. See he's smart, he doesn't say what it's made of, he implies, because there is no way anyone would believe that wax would last 4 months if he had said that's what they were made of. $ 24.00 for 25 cents worth of wax
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