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  1. #1
    whomeworry@webtv.net
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    Default Smart new ways to use hair conditioner



    Unstick a ring! It will slip right off of your finger if you loosen it

    first with a little conditioner

    =

    Make band aids ouchless! Rub a little conditioner around the edges of a

    band aid before removing and it will peel away painlessly

    =

    Reshine your leather! Rub some conditioner into scuffed leather bags and

    jackets. Buff to a like new shine with no messy polish rub off

    =

    Prettier Silver! If you are out of silver polish try conditioner

    =

    Soften Wool! Add a cap full to the final rinse when you wash a wool

    sweater and it will be less itchy

    =

    Lose static cling! Add a few drops of conditioner to the rinse after you

    soak your hose or tights. No more skirts clinging to your legs.



    Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.We make a living by what

    we get but we make a life by what we give.








  2. #2
    Nicole
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    Default Smart new ways to use hair conditioner

    I love to use conditioner to shave my legs. Suave strawberry is my

    favorite....One other use.

    Nicole





    -- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, whomeworry@... wrote:

    >

    >

    > Unstick a ring! It will slip right off of your finger if you loosen

    it

    > first with a little conditioner

    > =

    > Make band aids ouchless! Rub a little conditioner around the edges

    of a

    > band aid before removing and it will peel away painlessly

    > =

    > Reshine your leather! Rub some conditioner into scuffed leather

    bags and

    > jackets. Buff to a like new shine with no messy polish rub off

    > =

    > Prettier Silver! If you are out of silver polish try conditioner

    > =

    > Soften Wool! Add a cap full to the final rinse when you wash a wool

    > sweater and it will be less itchy

    > =

    > Lose static cling! Add a few drops of conditioner to the rinse

    after you

    > soak your hose or tights. No more skirts clinging to your legs.

    >

    > Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.We make a living by

    what

    > we get but we make a life by what we give.

    >










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    Wendy
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    Default Smart new ways to use hair conditioner




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    When I buy a conditioner that I don't like, it gets demoted to shaving cream. =0)


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    From: Nicole
    Date: 7/31/2008 3:11:53 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Smart new ways to use hair conditioner




    I love to use conditioner to shave my legs. Suave strawberry is my
    favorite....One other use.
    Nicole

    -- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, whomeworry@... wrote:
    >
    >
    > Unstick a ring! It will slip right off of your finger if you loosen
    it
    > first with a little conditioner
    > =
    > Make band aids ouchless! Rub a little conditioner around the edges
    of a
    > band aid before removing and it will peel away painlessly
    > =
    > Reshine your leather! Rub some conditioner into scuffed leather
    bags and
    > jackets. Buff to a like new shine with no messy polish rub off
    > =
    > Prettier Silver! If you are out of silver polish try conditioner
    > =
    > Soften Wool! Add a cap full to the final rinse when you wash a wool
    > sweater and it will be less itchy
    > =
    > Lose static cling! Add a few drops of conditioner to the rinse
    after you
    > soak your hose or tights. No more skirts clinging to your legs.
    >
    > Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.We make a living by
    what
    > we get but we make a life by what we give.
    >









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