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Mike Mecredy
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Has anyone ever tried smooth-on epoxy to remove back hair? It works pretty good, I know because the other day I accidently glued the back of my t-shirt to my lower back.

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wood carver 2
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You might find waxing to be less expensive though... [Wink]
Dave.

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Bvas
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Lol. I've used it for hair on my forearms but not my back.

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jsweka
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[scared] [scared] [scared]

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[thumbsup] [biglaugh]

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Mike Mecredy
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Wood carver, real men don't wax, they epoxy.

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-Maddog
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skeaterbait
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That brings to mind a time when I..... Nope, I got nothin to top that.

[biglaugh]

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bjansen
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I also use EA 40 ias a protective rust inhibiting barrier to all my tools, knobs to my cabinets and door handle leading into the house.
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monterey
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Hope the wife doesn't see this. She would figure out how that door knob got like that. [Eek!]

So far I've gotten away with blaming the grandkids who, of course, can do no wrong. [Smile]

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Never got glue on me... [Smile]
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eyebrow wax.

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