Should I sell my stash of dental floss now worth $3,000?

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I have a stash of dental floss from Listerine that apparently has been discontinued as of earlier this year. I don't know if the discontinuation is temporary or permanent, but the prices each pack of dental floss has fetched on sites like Ebay and Amazon is ridiculous. I bought them for maybe $3 per pack and they are selling now (actual sold prices, not just listed prices) for about $25 per pack. People are actually buying them. They are the best floss ever and I don't know why the company has stopped producing them.

I love this floss so much that when rumors of its discontinuation popped up on the internet I bought myself a big stash early last year but now that it is worth so much I'm wondering if I should just sell them ... !
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Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:22 am I have a stash of dental floss from Listerine that apparently has been discontinued as of earlier this year. I don't know if the discontinuation is temporary or permanent, but the prices each pack of dental floss has fetched on sites like Ebay and Amazon is ridiculous. I bought them for maybe $3 per pack and they are selling now (actual sold prices, not just listed prices) for about $25 per pack. People are actually buying them. They are the best floss ever and I don't know why the company has stopped producing them.

I love this floss so much that when rumors of its discontinuation popped up on the internet I bought myself a big stash early last year but now that it is worth so much I'm wondering if I should just sell them ... !
For that kind of markup, why not? I would try to sell them in bulk though to minimize hassle. That's half a year's Roth IRA contribution!
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Then you'll be a dental floss tycoon

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120 dental flosses? Haha that is quite a personal stash I thought you were going to say you are a retailer of some sort.

Of course sell them! You can be like the hand sanitizer storage unit guy but without the downside of being an absolutely horrible person.

I remember when you were never going to be able to get Twinkies again. Not sure what saved them but we have them in our pantry (much to my chagrin). I'm betting the product comes back.
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Definitely sell them. The manufacturer may wise up at some point that they're missing out on potential revenue and bring the product back. Or maybe it was just a COVID-related production halt and it's coming back soon. In either case, cash in while you can.
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I missed the tulip bubble and now the dental floss bubble? God I suck at investing.
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TonyDAntonio wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:32 am I missed the tulip bubble and now the dental floss bubble? God I suck at investing.
Haha, well, if you've ever used Listerine's woven floss you'll understand it's not a bubble. There is nothing like it on the market currently and I can totally understand why people are panicking that they will never produce these again. I hated flossing until I found these, and if I were sure that they were never producing them again, I would not sell a single pack of my stash, even at $25.
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TonyDAntonio wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:32 am I missed the tulip bubble and now the dental floss bubble? God I suck at investing.
lol
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Yes sell them
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JLJL wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:30 am I remember when you were never going to be able to get Twinkies again. Not sure what saved them...
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I would hold on to it. I've been buying this rare dental floss for my collection whenever I can get if for $10-20. I think it's going to $100 by next year and $500 in the next few years. I read a report on the internet about this dental floss shortage, and the classic ones are going to skyrocket.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=220xlHky1SY

I might be movin' to Montana soon
Just to raise me up a crop of
Dental Floss

Raisin' it up
Waxen it down
In a little white box
That I can sell uptown

By myself I wouldn't
Have no boss,
But I'd be raisin' my lonely
Dental Floss
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I'm a floss pick guy.
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I love that woven dental floss. My whole family loves that woven dental floss. Oral B has a similar product that's also hard to find. Definitely time to take profits on your dental floss investment. Don't wait or the opportunity may recede.
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Don't count on it coming back into production. Johnson & Johnson first aid cream, those Pledge dusting cloths unscented grab dust instead of just moving it around, both gone.
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Step 1: Sell enough to recoup your investment. Now you have free luxury dental floss.
Step 2: Sell more and buy a waterpick with the money and see how you like it.
Step 3: If you like the water pick, sell the rest.
Step 4: Profit!
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supersecretname wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:39 am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=220xlHky1SY

I might be movin' to Montana soon
Just to raise me up a crop of
Dental Floss

Raisin' it up
Waxen it down
In a little white box
That I can sell uptown

By myself I wouldn't
Have no boss,
But I'd be raisin' my lonely
Dental Floss
You planning to put road signs up with your little poems?

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My wife made a few bucks when Twinkies and Necco Waffers were discontinued, but they are both back now.

I'd sell.
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Sell, pocket the profits. Find some other kind of floss. Maybe buy a Waterpik at costco with some of your profits.
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Sell. Learn to like Oral-B or another brand. :happy

I did something similar (on a smaller scale) when Bounce discontinued their dryer bars. My family disliked them. I had a few packages that I hadn’t gotten around to throwing away. I was astonished to read they were selling on eBay for around $50 a pack IIRC. Easy couple hundred dollars...
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JLJL wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:30 am
I remember when you were never going to be able to get Twinkies again. Not sure what saved them but we have them in our pantry (much to my chagrin). I'm betting the product comes back.
I remember the New York Times article of a lady buscando(sp?) los Twinkies at her bodega.

SkyBars are back however, available at www.skybarcandy.com
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supersecretname wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:39 am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=220xlHky1SY

I might be movin' to Montana soon
Just to raise me up a crop of
Dental Floss

Raisin' it up
Waxen it down
In a little white box
That I can sell uptown

By myself I wouldn't
Have no boss,
But I'd be raisin' my lonely
Dental Floss
Excellent! :D
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HomeStretch wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:44 am Sell. Learn to like Oral-B or another brand. :happy

I did something similar (on a smaller scale) when Bounce discontinued their dryer bars. My family disliked them. I had a few packages that I hadn’t gotten around to throwing away. I was astonished to read they were selling on eBay for around $50 a pack IIRC. Easy couple hundred dollars...
It's not the brand that matters. I can't find any woven floss out there - floss that's made like cloth instead of those horrible plasticky material. This is really great for gums and cleans really well. I think it would be super-duper-ultra dumb for Listerine to stop producing it. There's a devoted cult following out there to this floss.
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Definitely a bubble, sell now! :sharebeer
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Just because you see a price on amazon or ebay doesn't mean people are actually buying them. There are sometimes some crazy high prices on amazon for example but it's meaningless.
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Nate79 wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:53 am Just because you see a price on amazon or ebay doesn't mean people are actually buying them. There are sometimes some crazy high prices on amazon for example but it's meaningless.
On Ebay you can click on "Sold Listings" to see prices of items that have actually sold. They are actually selling for closer to $30 each instead of $25. I just checked.
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Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:57 am
Nate79 wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:53 am Just because you see a price on amazon or ebay doesn't mean people are actually buying them. There are sometimes some crazy high prices on amazon for example but it's meaningless.
On Ebay you can click on "Sold Listings" to see prices of items that have actually sold. They are actually selling for closer to $30 each instead of $25. I just checked.
Then, sell, sell, sell!
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Don't sell it until you find a suitable quid pro quo. Good luck!
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I'm miss Uneeda Biscuits. Will stake slightly stale stash.
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There are huge floss farms in Montana. Better hope they don't catch on to this.
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I did this exact thing with razor (shaving) blades awhile back, bought for around 0.20/blade, sold for 1.00-2.00/blade, with the ebay/paypal 15% + shipping, still made nice little amount to fund hobbies. I say go for it. BUT be prepared to deal with customers, which personally I do not enjoy. It's not always a "pack and ship nicely and it's over" transaction.
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Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:51 am
HomeStretch wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:44 am Sell. Learn to like Oral-B or another brand. :happy

I did something similar (on a smaller scale) when Bounce discontinued their dryer bars. My family disliked them. I had a few packages that I hadn’t gotten around to throwing away. I was astonished to read they were selling on eBay for around $50 a pack IIRC. Easy couple hundred dollars...
It's not the brand that matters. I can't find any woven floss out there - floss that's made like cloth instead of those horrible plasticky material. This is really great for gums and cleans really well. I think it would be super-duper-ultra dumb for Listerine to stop producing it. There's a devoted cult following out there to this floss.
Mind me asking specifically what listerine floss item this is? I'm interesting in learning what all the fluss is about ;)
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I use whatever free samples the dentist gives me than whatever I find at the store - all the same to me. I would SELL SELL SELL while you can.

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I know this question may seem absurd, but as an avid flosser myself I can say that most of what is out there is pure garbage -- it breaks easily and leaves fibers behind in your teeth. :annoyed And I do use it properly, moving it along as I go to not wear out the floss by sticking to one place on the string. All the brands at my grocery store and local drug store were the same. I prefer unwaxed as it seems to have more "scrubbing power" than waxed floss does. I was actually on the verge of looking for a big spool of heavy duty thread. Why is this so hard? :confused

However, when I took a trip to the East Coast a few years back I discovered CVS Unwaxed. Great! :D I promptly bought $50 from CVS online to avoid shipping costs, and I have been using it for years. I am down to my last three.

I have not tried Listerine dental floss, but OP if you sell it you may want to try out CVS. :sharebeer
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Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:51 am
It's not the brand that matters. I can't find any woven floss out there - floss that's made like cloth instead of those horrible plasticky material. This is really great for gums and cleans really well. I think it would be super-duper-ultra dumb for Listerine to stop producing it. There's a devoted cult following out there to this floss.
A long time ago my dentist at the time told me floss works more by physically disrupting bacterial colonies than by "scrubbing" which is why the "goretex" type flosses are as good as the old types.
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This sounds like market timing to me. I would advise the OP to just stick to the investment policy statement and follow the appropriate asset allocation between floss and toothpaste. There currently aren't any low-cost ETF's for dental floss, but you can mimic a fund by investing in at least 10 different kinds of floss, to diversify and insulate yourself from market risk. Can we add a section to the Wiki about this?
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Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:22 am I have a stash of dental floss from Listerine that apparently has been discontinued as of earlier this year.
they are selling now (actual sold prices, not just listed prices) for about $25 per pack.
$3000/$25 = 120 packs
120 packs x 150 feet/pack = 18,000 feet

If you floss EVERY DAY and use 1 ft of floss each time, you have enough to last you nearly 50 years.

I'm afraid to ask how much toilet paper you have hoarded!
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Perhaps you could trade some of the floss for Charmin TP (or your own preferred brand)?

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researcher wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:55 pm
Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:22 am I have a stash of dental floss from Listerine that apparently has been discontinued as of earlier this year.
they are selling now (actual sold prices, not just listed prices) for about $25 per pack.
$3000/$25 = 120 packs
120 packs x 150 feet/pack = 18,000 feet

If you floss EVERY DAY and use 1 ft of floss each time, you have enough to last you nearly 50 years.

I'm afraid to ask how much toilet paper you have hoarded!
haha love how you Caps Lock EVERY DAY like that is obscene usage :D
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I admire your courage in discussing this topic so openly.

As we now know, a conglomerate of dentists known as the Worldwide Dental Mafia (WDM) gathered in small mountain town near Zurich (circa 2015, year of the goat) to address the unholy effectiveness of woven dental floss.

Although it takes over seven months for humans with very, very, very tiny hands to weave one small pack of floss, the floss itself cleans so well that dentists and their entire profession are rendered unnecessary.

You, my friend, should take care. I wish you well and recommend you move your stash to a different safehouse regularly. Always reside at least one continent distant from the actual location of the floss.
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OP, as others have noted, you have a lot of floss. Definitely a lifetime supply. On the one hand, I like the idea of having a lifetime supply of a product I like that isn't otherwise available, and it doesn't seem like your stash would take up that much space. On the other hand, there might be improvements in floss in the future, and/or the condition of the floss you've purchased might deteriorate over the course of 30-40 years, etc.

I'd probably compromise by keeping 10 years worth of floss, and selling the rest. :happy
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DaftInvestor wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:33 pm I use whatever free samples the dentist gives me than whatever I find at the store - all the same to me. I would SELL SELL SELL while you can.
This must be a new high or low in forum topics, but it turns out I have some interest in the subject. DW is the primary flosser in my family and she liked the samples our dentist gave out but then found out that the brand was not available in any store we looked at. We ended up finding some available online in a large quantity which we purchased. We will have to see what the future brings.
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Jack FFR1846 wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 12:21 pm There are huge floss farms in Montana. Better hope they don't catch on to this.
Best post of the thread! :sharebeer
greenwaves wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 1:03 pm I admire your courage in discussing this topic so openly.

As we now know, a conglomerate of dentists known as the Worldwide Dental Mafia (WDM) gathered in small mountain town near Zurich (circa 2015, year of the goat) to address the unholy effectiveness of woven dental floss.

Although it takes over seven months for humans with very, very, very tiny hands to weave one small pack of floss, the floss itself cleans so well that dentists and their entire profession are rendered unnecessary.

You, my friend, should take care. I wish you well and recommend you move your stash to a different safehouse regularly. Always reside at least one continent distant from the actual location of the floss.
A close second. :sharebeer
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I believe I learned of this product right here some years ago and really liked the product. However it was difficult to find and even identify. I seem to recall Listerine and Mint on the box. I think I found some at Amazon some time ago; should have bought more.
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Caduceus wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:36 am
TonyDAntonio wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 11:32 am I missed the tulip bubble and now the dental floss bubble? God I suck at investing.
Haha, well, if you've ever used Listerine's woven floss you'll understand it's not a bubble. There is nothing like it on the market currently and I can totally understand why people are panicking that they will never produce these again. I hated flossing until I found these, and if I were sure that they were never producing them again, I would not sell a single pack of my stash, even at $25.
Wait, woah. The Listerine woven floss is discontinued??? I’ll give you $26.
Yes, I’m really that pedantic.
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If you floss EVERY DAY and use 1 ft of floss each time, you have enough to last you nearly 50 years.
Hmmn, more like a yard a day. If I were trying to be frugal!

18,000 feet/1 yard/365 days = 16.43 years.

If I really liked the floss, and at my age, I'm not sure I would sell it. If my life expectancy were lower, I might sell part of it. Good floss is hard to find!

Good luck to OP!
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This sort of reminds me of the Seinfeld episode when Elaine has to decide if a guy is "sponge-worthy". :beer
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Pigeye Brewster wrote: Tue Jun 16, 2020 4:03 pm This sort of reminds me of the Seinfeld episode when Elaine has to decide if a guy is "sponge-worthy". :beer
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Would be nice if the OP specified exactly what product.
This, maybe?
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