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Thread: This stuff is terrific!!!!

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    Senior Member QuiltingHaven's Avatar
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    I got it at our Meijers store but I bet Walmart has it.
    Busy in Ohio

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    I love wool wax creme. My DDIL, who lives in Norway, says that is the only thing that works on her hands. They used to crack & bleed, especially in the winter. But after discovering this about 5 years ago, they no longer do that. I get mine through Amazon.
    Alma
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    Did you know that if you put a hot moist wash rag on your dry areas first, before you apply vaseline or cream, the moisture will make your dry spots more moist. I always apply a hot moist rag to my face before I apply cream and I apply the hot moist rag to my hands before I put vaseline on them and white cotton gloves at bedtime. You need the moisture on your skin before you apply anything. It works much better. Try it.
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    Got some. Overrated and watery.

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    Thanks for the tip. I have hand lotion in every room of the house almost and always have to wait a while for it to soak in before I can play with fabric. The joys of living in a drier climate.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    I use Kerodex for wet work. They have some for dry also. Target will order or just order directly from Amazon. about $6.00 for a large tube. Works great,even my dh uses it.

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    I bought it at Target.
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    That is great ..Thanks....

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    Thanks for sharing I was considering it when I go shopping next week.

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