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  • Mieco Mieco Eco Floss Corn Fibre

Mieco Eco Floss Corn Fibre

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Eco-Friendly Corn Fibre Dental Floss

MiEco Dental Floss in a reusable/refillable glass dispenser.

  • 100% biodegradable
  • Plant based
  • Corn Floss PLA
  • Reusable glass bottle
  • Refillable
  • Zero waste
  • Vegan Friendly
  • 30 metres


How Corn Floss is Made

MiEco corn floss is made of PLA a polylactic acid which is made from corn starch.  

It is derived from renewable biomass typically from fermented plant starch like our floss which is made from corn. It is made from the sugars in corn starch. It feels and looks like plastic but is 100% biodegradable and compostable!

The starch is converted into a polymer, the main ingredient in materials that have a plastic-like feel. This is why corn starch bio compostable are sometimes called PLA plastics. PLA plastics are molded the same way conventional plastic is.

PLA is manufactured from renewable sources and is compostable, addressing problems in solid waste disposal and lessening our dependence on petroleum-based raw materials.


How does PLA compost?

Polylactic acid is a repeating chain of lactic acid. In the composting process, moisture and heat in the compost pile split the polymer chains apart, creating smaller polymers, and finally, lactic acid. Microorganisms in the compost or soil consume the smaller polymer fragments and lactic acid as nutrients. Since lactic acid is widely found in nature, a large number of organisms metabolise lactic acid. The end result of composting is carbon dioxide, water and humus, a soil nutrient.  But the effectiveness of this process is dependent on the required temperature and moisture.


Disposal – Where to Dispose the Biodegradable Eco Dental Floss Jar and Refills.

The bamboo dental floss is completely biodegradable, so each bit of floss you have finished with, can either be placed into your compost bin, or in the regular landfill bin. 

If you want to dispose of the glass jar with metal lid, you can place both of them in your recycling bin, but ensuring they aren’t joined together.

The box packaging is made from 100% recycled Kraft paper, so it can also be tossed into your compost bin or recycling bin after you open your biodegradable tooth floss.


What is the difference between biodegradable and compostable?

Biodegradable means the material will completely break down into the natural elements of carbon dioxide (methane), biomass and water vapour within a year or less after disposal.

Composting is an accelerated version of biodegradation producing a rich humus that adds nutrients to the soil.


Dental Advice:

Dentists recommend you floss your teeth after every meal to prevent any food particles from getting stuck in your gums. If you are only going to floss once a day, make sure it is at night time before you go to bed.



Dimensions of Dental Floss with Glass Dispenser in Kraft Box Packaging:

  • 54mm H x 23mm W x 23mm L 
  • 19g
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