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How To Use Pearlie To Make Stained Or Discoloured Teeth Dentures, Crowns, Bridges or Fillings White Again.

 


Applying Pearlie: (click picture for Video)
as Shown on ITV's This Morning show.

Directions - how to apply Pearlie for best results:

Important:

 

You will be delighted with the results of this product if you read and follow carefully the directions below. Just as there are tricks to learn in painting your nails, shaping the lips etc., so there are absolute "musts" in using Pearlie. So do not be discouraged if your first efforts are not entirely satisfactory. A little practice will reward you with a sparkling smooth, natural-looking finish. Best results will be achieved by applying Pearlie as thinly as possible.


1. TEETH MUST BE CLEAN
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Before application always brush teeth thoroughly. Pearlie should not be used where decay is evident.


2. TEETH MUST BE DRY.

Start application of Pearlie with upper row. Between lip and gum insert a piece of tissue. This will keep lips from touching teeth. Blot teeth dry - do not rub - blot so that crevices between teeth are also dry.


3. APPLY PEARLIE THINLY.

Shake Pearlie well before each application. Dip brush in bottle and wipe excess from brush by stroking on lip of bottle neck until literally no liquid can be observed.
A very thin coat prevents streaking, peeling and avoids artificial appearance.


4. USE 1 OR 2 STROKES ONLY.

First apply a thin coat to the face of the tooth with one or two light stokes. Stroke downward on the upper teeth, upward on the lower.


5. ALLOW TO DRY 2 MINUTES.

Wait 2 full minutes for Pearlie to dry to a hard lustrous finish before removing the tissue from upper lip. Now repeat on lower teeth. Allow one hour interval before eating.
After the first thin coat is dry apply a second coat. Apply one coat or two depending on discolouration of teeth and finish required.


6. TO REMOVE PEARLIE .

Simply brush teeth with a tooth brush.

 

7. FOOD AND DRINK .

Apply once a day. Retouching should only be necessary when eating hard foods, for example Steak, crusty bread, bacon, sticky foods etc.

 

OTHER NOTES:

 

  • Pearlie is safe and harmless to gums, teeth and fillings. It is not toxic or abrasive and resists mouth and food acids and alkalines.

  • Keep bottle tightly capped.

  • For best results store Pearlie in a cold temperature.
     
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