Product Type: Asda in Homeware
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Party time for your teeth!
Asda Neon Straws
Member Name: eatingpinkzebras
Asda Neon Straws
Advantages: Save your teeth, brightly coloured, concertina neck
Disadvantages: Not as cheap as some others
Recently I have begun using straws to drink fruit juices and fizzy drinks through. This is because I have realised I should start taking better care of my teeth, and one of the main things that all the dental hygiene websites recommend is to use straws. Fruit juices have acids in them that can erode the enamel on teeth, and fizzy drinks have sugars or sweeteners in them that can cause teeth to decay, so if you can use a straw to enable the drink to bypass your teeth and go straight to the back of your mouth, you'll be doing both you and your dentist a favour!
The first straws I bought for this purpose were these Asda Neon Straws. They cost 50 pence for a pack of 100 which works out at just 0.5 pence each.
The straws come packaged in a thin, clear plastic which is easily ripped off. I then store the straws inside a pint glass in my drinks glasses cupboard so that they remain clean and dust free, and are easy to access.
The straws are brightly coloured in neon shades of pink, orange, green and yellow. This will really appeal to children and means that the straws are great for parties, even if your party guests are adults!
I have found the straws to be very good, they are strong and sturdy and I have never had one split on me. They have a concertina part on the neck of the straw which allows you to bend over the top of the straw and this makes drinking easier. Most cheaper straws do not have this so it is a definite bonus.
The only reason I have not given these straws five stars is that you can buy Smart Price straws at Asda which are cheaper, though they are admittedly not quite as good.
Summary: Excellent straws
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