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    Default Article: Instant Sand Removal Tip (No water!)

    Going to the beach can be a blast, but beach play can turn frustrating rather quickly when sand finds it's way into uncomfortable places! Here is a simple instant sand removal tip, hint- No water needed!

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    I must try this out......it sounds so simple yet effective

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    This is excellent. Never it could be that easy to remove sand.

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    It is very simple and yes, very effective. I've been doing this for many years. Works great!

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    I knew about this but did you know that it is a great way to get rid of the little hairs left after you get a hair cut

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    I will definitely have to try this with my family and dogs this summer.

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    As I had just set up my girls new sandbox tonight, I remembered this tip and it still works beautifully! Not only does it get rid of the sand, but leaves their skin soft as well. Best tip on this? Be sure to rub the powder into your hands first that way when you apply it to your little ones, the sand won't stick to YOU!

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    Corn starch works just as well. Keep a Ziploc bag with an old wash rag in your car, pull the rag out and dust the sand away

 

 

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