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Post by polgara on 18th October 2012, 3:26 pm

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To take a plaster off of a small, first soak the adhesive parts with the oil & it should help to lesson the hurty bit. Suppose you could use any oil really

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Post by Chilli-head on 19th October 2012, 10:12 am

You know, there are some products available which make me stop and ponder, why ever would you need that ? Baby oil is one of them. Despite having had a baby in the household for a while, I never figured it out. Babies appear to be made from corrosion resistant materials, and unlike door hinges I don't think oiling works to stop them screeching. Perhaps someone can explain it.

Whatever, it does work fairly well as a honing oil for sharpening your tools on an oilstone, though.
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Post by polgara on 19th October 2012, 3:28 pm

Also for oiling a sewing or knitting machine. Think it is because it is a mineral oil,

I never used it on the DSs when they were small either.

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Post by Dandelion on 19th October 2012, 9:36 pm

No. I never used it on the babies either...but a capful in a bath does nice things to your skin (if you don't mind doing some heavy duty cleaning on the bath afterwards)

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