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1. To wash lightly.
2. A solution used for irrigation or bathing.

mouth rinse

A flavored or medicated solution swirled in the mouth, used to treat halitosis, oral infections, apthous ulcers, stomatitis, or dental biofilm (plaque).


Some alcoholics may occasionally abuse alcohol-based mouth rinses.

sodium fluoride rinse

A 0.05% aqueous solution of sodium fluoride also containing coloring and flavoring agents, used as a mouth rinse to help prevent dental caries.
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The double-lipped clear glass bowl cut with narrow flutes is usually known as a wine glass rinser or cooler.
A rotary rinser from H&K Inc., New Berlin, Wis., does a final rinse, and an H&K 132-valve rotary filler fills and crowns the bottles.
The 35 pound lug rinser features all stainless construction, hot water rinse, a drying zone and optional ozone spray bars.
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For the rinsing process the plastic bottles are turned upside-down in the transfer star before entering the rinser and are returned into their original position in the outfeed star.
The undercover team have access to every level of this dangerous criminal world - from the men who manufacture and distribute the cards to those who organise and run "rinsers" to use the cards on the street.
To facilitate barrel cleaning, the company has its exclusive ARS Bordeaux style steam wand and Bitard barrel rinsers. For barrel room humidification, the Mee Industries systems are for very large wineries and, new for 2000, Fogmaster systems for small wineries.
The twin rinsers allow more rinse and drain time, eliminating extra moisture in the cans.
Complete filling lines from Intercaps Filling Systems include: PET bottle blowmoulding, unscramblers, rinsers, fillers, Arol cappers, reel-fed hot glue or self adhesive labellers, shrink wrappers, carbonators, mixers, de-for -soft drinks and beers--from Italy amongst other ancillary equipment.