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Substitute Deodorant

Wednesday, April 08, 2009


If you run out of deodorant, Listerine makes a great
substitute. Simply rub a few dabs under your arm with a
cotton ball or spray under your arm using a spray bottle.
Be sure that you only apply enough as needed, because too
much Listerine may cause minor under arm irritation.

Monique :)

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Wednesday, April 08, 2009 | By Sugene

You can also use rubbing alcohol the same way. A CHEAP deodorant ! I put it in a spritzer bottle.

Friday, April 10, 2009 | By SUSAN46

Does rubbing alcohol really work for a deodorant?

Friday, April 10, 2009 | By Sugene

Seems to work for both hubby and I. Hubby has been doing this for YEARS! He did not want to use anything with aluminum chlorhydrate in it.

Thursday, April 16, 2009 | By vguy

What a great idea! I'll have to try this one.

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Somerset United Kingdom
About Me:

I work from home as an eBayer and I search for missing persons in the UK. I live with Mr.Smith, my tabby tom cat.

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