Not your ordinary fluoride
September 26, 2012 1:35 AM   Subscribe

Does dentist-grade fluoride rinse ever expire?

I have a big set of ~2-gallon jugs of flouride rinse that I was given to me by my kind dentist back when I was having enamel problems. Unfortunately I moved and the jugs were too big to take with me, so they've been sitting around for 7 or 8 years. I'm back, and I wanted to know if they're still safe to use?

The fluoride rinse is the kind of rinse that comes in a A part and a B part that's supposed to be mixed together with a little water. I googled and found some info on normal consumer stuff expiring but nothing about these which are much stronger and concentrated than the usual stuff.

Bonus question: if it's not safe to use how would I get rid of it in an environmentally friendly manner?
posted by Aliera to Health & Fitness (1 answer total)
Obvious questions: Does this stuff have any labels on it? Chemical information? Manufacturing dates/codes?
posted by zennie at 5:02 AM on September 26, 2012

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