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Thread: Do you know what they are called.

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    Donot have any condoms I'm a single lady but would the fingers from cheap rubber gloves work? I use any small nets I have free with different items. Lol about condom frightened the dogs.
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    thread socks
    I bought mine yrs ago at Joanne notions section. You cut it to lenght.
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    Hi don't know what they are called but maybe you could use an old nylon stocking cut the top off and bottom if there pantyhose or just cut the the top off if they are knee highs maybe that will work , if you cant get to the store right away.

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    Smile thread nets vs condoms

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Tails View Post
    OMG LOLOLOL that struck me hilariously funny!!! I've never used a condom in my life, now at 57, I'm gonna buy them for thread covers, lollolol why do I find this so funny? Thanks for the laugh!!!!!
    So how many children did you have? Just saying. LOl
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    There is a gauze bandage you can get that is actually a tube....probably what you are thinking of.

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    I knw someone who uses the cloth tubes (can't remember what they are called) that you can get as a medical supply. She cuts them to the size she needs and because they stretch they fit over the spools nicely. She says it is much less expensive and she thinks it works better.
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    Would a bath scrubbie work?

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    In a pinch you can us panty hose cut to length. Or not in a pinch, but cheap ....

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    You can order them directly from Superior Threads also. They are called Thread Nets.

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    I believe they are called thread socks.
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    LOL only 2
    Quote Originally Posted by psychonurse View Post
    So how many children did you have? Just saying. LOl

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