Showing posts with label hydrofloss hose assembly. Show all posts
Showing posts with label hydrofloss hose assembly. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

HydroFloss Hose and Handle Replacement Instruction Video

You can find a hose assembly two pack here.  

If you would like to order by phone, simply call 888-586-6849

When thinking about replacing this part, please consider the age of your HydroFloss. 

I think that if your HydroFloss is over 5 years old, you should consider replacing the whole unit. 

The HydroFloss has proven itself to be beneficial to many people.   It has helped people to shrink their periodontal pocket depths.  This is good for gum health. 

Generally speaking, when your pockets are reduced to three millimeters or less,  most dental professionals will consider your gums healthy at that point.  

If you have purchased from, you are entitled to a free consultation on how to get the most out of your HydroFloss oral irrigator.   You can call the number at the top of your screen.  This is only available to those who purchase directly from

Friday, November 1, 2013

Hydrofloss Repair Hose

hydrofloss repair hoseYou can find the HydroFloss Repair Hose Assembly here.

The hose and handle come together as one piece, they are not separate and cannot actually be separated without destroying the assembly.

Repairing leaks does not seem to work. 

However, you can replace the entire hose / handle assembly with this part.  

hydrofloss repair hose


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Repair Hose For The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

repair hose for teh Hydro Floss oral irrigator
The hydro floss repair hose is  available at Toothy Grins Store. 

Sometimes a cat whacks the hose.  Those little sharp claws can poke a hole. 

Another problem may be putting a curling iron down next to the hose.  This does happen and people do burn their hose.

When this happens, they generally need a new one.   That's why Toothy Grins has this hose. 

Usually, you need a little bit of mechanical skill to open the machine and successfully reinstall the hose.  

If not,  you may consider getting a new Hydro Floss (also at

If you have any questions, please do call 1-888-586-6849.

hydrofloss oral irrigator hose replacement



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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Hydro Floss Hose Assembly Instructions - Video

Update:  Video Instructions for replacing your HydroFloss hose and handle assembly with this genuine HydroFloss part.

View the page shown in the video

Hose Assembly Check Out

Hose Assembly Reviews

Read more about the Hydro Floss


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HydroFloss Hose Assembly Installation Instructions

Update: Video instructions:


* Link to the page where you can get the hose and handle assembly part:

Written Directions

These directions were sent to me by a customer, who successfully replaced his hose assembly.

hydro floss hose assembly instructions
Please be aware:  Toothy Grins Store cannot and does not warranty or guarantee these instructions.  If you follow them, you acknowledge that you do so at your own risk.

I generally tell folks to only do this if they have good mechanical skills.  

Here is what a customer sent in:  

Replacement Hydro floss irrigator and hose assembly arrived very quickly.

  • It only took 10 - 15 minutes to replace the old one and start it up. 
  • Remove 4 base screws. 
  • Remove top cover and hose guide. 
  • Remove pressure adjusting assembly. 
  • Slide compression fitting off with small screwdriver, remove hose from unit. 
  • Reassembly is simply the reverse. 
  • Set the compression fitting on new hose. 
  • Press new hose into the hose nipple and press compression fitting in place. 
  • Replace pressure adjusting unit while aligning the gears on control knob. 
  • Replace hose guide and top cover. 
  • Install 4 screws into the base. 
  • Thanks for a great product and quick delivery.


I hope that you found the experience of this person to be helpful and useful?

You can find the hose assembly here


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Thursday, June 6, 2013

HydroFloss Hose Assembly Video

Hose Assembly replacement instruction video:


**Please note:  this part is not returnable and you are responsible for your self-repair and the outcome.


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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Hydro Floss Hose Assembly

This is the Hydro Floss hose assembly.   I typically caution people to not try to install this unless they have some degree of mechanical ability.    For example, car mechanics and engineers seem to do well with this part. 

I have personally tried to replace it and I was unable to without causing further damage to the HF.  So, I really want people who have confidence in their skill to install this part to be the only people who will purchase it.  

We say that up front and we don't take returns on this.   Therefore,  if you want to take a chance at repairing your HydroFloss with this part, the risk is on you.

We also do not provide any instructions whatsoever.   However, there was one man who wrote about how he repaired his in the customer reviews for this part.    This part can be found here.

If you are not sure or do not want to risk a self-repair I do suggest that you consider getting a new Hydro Floss which will come with a one year warranty.   You can find one here.

The cost of the Hydro Floss is such that it usually pays for itself extremely quickly.   When you consider the cost of an implant or dental surgery, prevention becomes very cost effective.   Perhaps you can spend thousands on implants, crowns and other repairs!  

Common Reasons For The Hose To Break

It may sound strange but perhaps the most common reason for the hose to be damaged is due to someone setting a curling iron near it.  

Another relatively common one is a cat's claw.  They can pierce the hose leaving it with a leak.

We offer this part for those who would like to make the repair and are capable of doing so.

If you have any questions, as always you can call Toothy Grins Store at 1-888-586-6849.