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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda the Wuss View Post
    Doesn't it result in people spamming five times to create threads, though? (sorry about the three posts in a row earlier, by the way)

    it's not really a question aimed at professionals; I'm more interested in what average people have to say.

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    No as there's usually a thread you can contribute to to get post counts up it's not that hard we have.

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    You can post your question in the useless piercing thread if you don't think the ask a professional thread is suitable as well. Most new members, as pointed out above, contribute to a number of threads in the general sections, as well as getting to know the forum a little better it also tends to encourage people to answer their questions
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    Shave cuts.

    Blood all over my white duvet cover. It's not even funny. :( At least you can put cocoa butter over the rash to soothe it!
    Everyone else is out making something of themselves
    ... and I'm just sitting here eating Maoam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnyx View Post
    Shave cuts.

    Blood all over my white duvet cover. It's not even funny. :( At least you can put cocoa butter over the rash to soothe it!
    I find spots of blood on the part of my bed sheet where my feet/legs go on a regular basis!

    "What the... oh, right. Genius >.< "
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    Bah! It's a pain xD
    Do you know a good way to get it out of the sheets?
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    ... and I'm just sitting here eating Maoam.

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    Soak them in cold water before you wash them Works best if you do it pretty soon after you notice it




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    Thanks Lyssa ^^ I'll try that soon
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    Yup that works pretty well! If all else fails though and it's already dry and/or a biggish stain then I chuck this stuff that we get here called BioTex on it before throwing it in the wash - worth a try if you have something similar where you are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michi_2711 View Post
    Yup that works pretty well! If all else fails though and it's already dry and/or a biggish stain then I chuck this stuff that we get here called BioTex on it before throwing it in the wash - worth a try if you have something similar where you are?
    I use BioTex its brilliant stuff! I get it in Tesco's

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    It's amazing! Like Superman for stains
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