Best: Bamboo Switch! Purchased from Tacoma Soap Distillery!
Pretty Dan good: Dental floss containers are troublesome because they too have a number of various plastic parts within the floss container that are likely NOT the same grade of plastic. Thus, most of these containers are tossed into the trash heap. I have been using Dental Lace for the past year with mixed success. The floss is biodegradable, but breaks easily while I floss my teeth. I would say I can go without the floss breaking every other session of flossing. The container is gorgeous! It’s glass with a nice design on the outside. However, I believe the label is a non-recyclable sticker. I have tried the regular dental lace product as well as a charcoal floss. I have noticed the charcoal floss is slightly stronger.
Last weekend I found this floss and was pleased until I found out HOW DIFFICULT it is to compost corn/plant-based packaging. It truly depends on where you live. Luckily for us here in Seattle, the Cedar Grove treatment plant CAN compost corn/bio packaging. Many other places aren’t as lucky. Check with your municipal waste collection center. If your garbage collector doesn’t compost this material, it’s a hassle. This floss is made of bamboo and the container is corn-based. Every choice you make in favor of the planet will make an impact.