Does anyone have any good advice on removing the soft lining from dentures to put in new? I have found an at home soft liner kit.

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Does anyone have any good advice on removing the soft lining from dentures to put in new? I have found an at home soft liner kit, it works great! No trip to adjustments anymore!!
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Tammy Crowe

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Kandy

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What soft liner do you find works great?
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Tammy Crowe

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It is called Reline It.  I found it on either CVS or Jet.com websites.  It is less than 10 dollars a box .  Each box has enough for upper and lower denture. Easy as all get out!!!
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I got this tip from another denture site (dans). Cut the large end of a chopstick and sharpen the small end to a point. Makes a great tool for removing a soft liner. Then you can use a scotch.bright pad to get rid of the Rest of the residue. You can also use dental picks. Hope this helps.
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Microwave a bowl of water. Make pretty warm, like a good hot cup of coffee. Soak for a few and use the chopstick to wiggle under the liner. When it get firm. Resoak.  Back and forth. Wiggle, soak. If you keep the water HOT, you can remove it in on piece. Like Ken said, Green pad to polish off any stragglers.  I can remove my upper in 15 min.  Check out this kit!!! http://www.ebay.com/itm/DENTURE-RELINE-RELINER-TISSUE-CONDITIONER-ACRYLIC-SOFT-KIT-PROFESSIONAL-SYST...
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