Cushion Grip is back!!

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For those of you who don't know, Cushion Grip was far and above anything on Market when the manufacturer sold division to new pharmaceutical firm who dropped Cushion Grip from their line, much to great sorrow of faithful, long time users.  Good news is, another pharmaceutical company just brought it back.  Yeah!!  Only reason Comfort Lining, which is a poor imitation of Cushion Grip, is dropping prices is because it knows it can't compete with the "Real thing."
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Kandy

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Posted 3 months ago

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1Spicy!

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The Japanese companies that sell on Amazon are exactly the same thing and almost half the price.  Comfort Lining made a lot of $ based on the discontinued product, Cushion Grip.  That boat has now sailed.
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Joan Stoshak

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I have used both products and believe me  the Japanese product will do  in a very big emergency, like the one I was in when Cushion Grip left the market but NOTHING, but NOTHING works like Cushion Guip.
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Joan Stoshak

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Kandy said it all. Hoorah for Cushion Guip.
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Carol Nemec

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Dont understand if cushion grip is so great why did they discontinue it until now?
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joan rosenblatt

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Company took it off market.  New Company bought the rights.  Soooo its back.
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Kandy

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Members of this group rallied for return of Cushion Grip and our voices were heard :)

Thanks to all the supporters who joined the rally!!
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Joan Stoshak

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Kandy, It made me one Happy Lady.  I was at an end trying all that other junk.  I hoped someone would finally listen to our pleas.
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Joan Stoshak

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Kandy, you are so right about that Comfort Lining.  That stuff sure didn't work for me. 
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rae

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I love cushion grip but I can not remove it as easy as they say. Any suggestions?
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1Spicy!

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It's lifted on mine after 2.5 to 3 days.  By the 4th day, the left side lifted completely and pulling it towards the right side it just peeled right off.  
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Clairetta O'Neal Anderson

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The reviews for the Japanese brand is not favorable. 
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Joan Stoshak

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Use Cushion Guip.
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1Spicy!

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The Japanese brands are exactly the same but not quite as stiff after a couple of days but actually stays intact a couple of days to a week longer.
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Joan Stoshak

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I still like Cushion Guip better but at least we will all be happy.
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Clairetta O'Neal Anderson

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I tried Cushion Grip and it came right back out while I was molding it to my gums. I tried using it more than once. I'm just not all that impressed with it. Maybe because I used it wrong? Also, I called the company, from back when it was manufactured by the 1st. company. They said they would send me a new tube, which they never did.
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The Japanese product and DinaBase7, from Italy, are not exactly the same as Cushion Grip.  Depending on just what chemical make-up your dentures are, those two may not "stick" as well as Cushion Grip.  I have tried all three.  For mine, Cushion Grip works best.  It stays for weeks for me.  The other two deteriorate faster.  Obviously, dentures are not all made of the same ingredients.  That may be the difference.  You just have to try them all and see what works best for you.