I just pulled out an inch long splinter in one piece from one of the science teacher's fingers. I'm feeling quite heady.
AWESOME. I like them, too.
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I refused one yesterday because it was microscopic even with a lighted magnifier. There was nothing to grab. Show that baby to your mom!
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I have the teeniest little set of tweezers with a little hook on it. I can usually gt most of them. If not, I call the mom and ask her to soak it, cover with with a bandaid.
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There is something very wrong with us I love the product 'splinter out'
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There is something so satisfying about removing a splinter.... It may be my new ear irrigation - My one true love. Don't get to do it all that often anymore since I left primary care. Now I have to wait until my own family members ask me to do it. sigh....
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What happens if you can't get it out?
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Love them!!! I started using Splinter Out from a recommendation someone made on here last year. Works every time,
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