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  1. #1
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    Default Thread Puller

    Let's face it, there's several different thread pullers that you could use to finish off your wraps; mono, Firewire, braid, used thread, etc. I have several different types but just one favorite. Recently, when my favorite thread puller broke, I started using some of the other I have. Nothing would satisfy me though. Maybe it was because it wasn't slick enough, was too limp, no bead to pull on, or too thick? They all had their issues and were not like my personal favorite.

    The other day i was going through the bathroom vanity drawers, looking for the eye drops when I found some G*U*M floss threaders that my wife got for her partials. When I seen them I thought that they might be just what I need for a thread puller. Turns out that they are now my new favorite.

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  2. #2
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    Good Idea. I will buy a pack and give them a try.

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    Received 75 today. These things are perfect and a lot easier than tying up pullers!!

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    Just goes to prove...you can teach an old dog new tricks.

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    Woof Woof says this old dog

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