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Thread: Anyone know of any methods for removing waterproof sunscreen from hair?

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    Double post.

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    I too thank you for the laugh. Makes me miss the good old days when my now 42 year old decided to make a cake while I went to change. She was 3 and when I came back (about 3 minutes later) the kitchen ceiling was splattered with chocolate cake mix, raw egg, egg shells. I can see it in my mind as clear as day - need no pictures. She was very gifted and knew she could do it "by herself". She just didn't have the coridination (sp?) to do it alone.
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    Yep, definitely have to have pictures to use against him when he grows up. Try the vinegar thing if the Dawn didn't work.
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    I think they use Dawn to clean the shore birds covered in oil so you'd think it would clean off the sunscreen. Sounds like a really good sunscreen to buy for swimming this summer, what was the brand?

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    Sorry for the double post, computer has the hiccups!

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    Have you tried lemon juice and apple cider vinegar instead of regular vinegar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by homebody323 View Post
    She was 3 and when I came back (about 3 minutes later) the kitchen ceiling was splattered with chocolate cake mix, raw egg, egg shells.
    They move fast, don't they!

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    Tartan, it was Neutrogena Baby sunscreen in a pink tube. Yes, it is a good heavy one. I actually use it for myself and my husband since it is so gentle but thick!
    Last edited by AFQSinc; 03-06-2012 at 06:39 AM.

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    Now THAT should have been on America's Funniest Videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ranbro View Post
    Now THAT should have been on America's Funniest Videos.
    It would have one first prize hands down....
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