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Thread: Melrose scissor pack by Darlene Cahill?

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    Does anyone know where one can find this pack, it was in a burgandy case, I wrote to HSN but they are not going to stock them again, and I sure wanted to find them.

    Also does anyone know of some stuff for sore fingers from working crafts, I saw ONE ad that showed this girl painting something clear on her fingers, cuticles I think, to help the cracks and bleeding from sore hands from working on fabric etc. I got them really bad when I did all the fleece blankets where you tie them? WOW it took a long time of soaking them to get the pain to stop. Anyone know what I am talking about? JoAnn's does NOT carry it, and had no idea what I was talking about. So far I am using neosporin and soaking with epson salts. SORE THOUGH.
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    at the drug stores they sell a clear paint on bandage, look in the section where thyt sell bandaids :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    at the drug stores they sell a clear paint on bandage, look in the section where thyt sell bandaids :D:D:D

    OHHHH wow, thank you so much.
    Connie

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    Your welcome, I cannot for the life of me remember exactly what it is called... I want to say it is Liquid Bandage...but it is late...been with the grands all day and night LOL and I am a bit tired :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Your welcome, I cannot for the life of me remember exactly what it is called... I want to say it is Liquid Bandage...but it is late...been with the grands all day and night LOL and I am a bit tired :D:D:D
    I believe it is Liquid Bandage and I've heard you should use 3 coats.

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    There's also a product called NewSkin-you just paint it on. This may be what you're looking for. It's in the band-aid section at Walmart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Your welcome, I cannot for the life of me remember exactly what it is called... I want to say it is Liquid Bandage...but it is late...been with the grands all day and night LOL and I am a bit tired :D:D:D
    its called New Skin

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    At my local pharmacy, the New Skin is much less expensive than the liquid bandage. I always seem to get booboos where bandaids won't stay put, so I love the New Skin!

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    Thanks ladies, I too have cracks and splits and will look for this product tomorrow.

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    I had a teacher say to use the New Skin on the finger under the quilt when you are hand quilting. You are able to feel the needle easier than if you use those little rubber spots they sell. It did help, but after a while you need to reapply.

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