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Old Jul 31, 2012, 6:23 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by mtngal View Post
Lou - how do you get pine sap off of things? Especially hands? I haven't found a particularly good way, it defies soap etc.
Harriet sorry to be late responding to your question, my wife was hospitalized with a UT infection and had to have IV anti-B's.

I have found the best thing is to not touch the pines (branches or cones) with my bare hands. I keep garden gloves in the garage and use them when picking up pine refuse. If I forget to use the gloves (and I often do) I use automotive bug and tar remover on my hands. I will try Mole's alcohol method next time. For my car if I get a spot and it bakes in I use Kerosene to loosen it and coax it off the paint. I then clean and wax the place it has been removed from.

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Old Aug 1, 2012, 6:49 AM   #12
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There seems to be a strong theme of repetition in many of these images. Well done.
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