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  1. #1
    Polly Esther Guest

    Default Dishwashing III, the survival

    I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire and
    feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . . you
    know.
    One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of course,
    the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food meat and
    wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly


  2. #2
    ItsJoanNotJoann Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Aug 29, 10:04*pm, "Polly Esther" <Polly...@cableone.net> wrote:
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. *They are on fireand
    > feel like a crocodile. *Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . .you
    > know.
    > * * One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigeratorof
    > science fair exhibits. *Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. *Of course,
    > the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. *I took her some baby food meat and
    > wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. * Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    > cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > * * So. *Anyhow. *I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion..
    > * * What is your best defense with dishpan hands? *Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. *Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. *How do you defend yourself? * Polly


    >
    >

    Sorry, I haven't experienced that. But on occasion when my hands get
    too dry in the winter I use Camille Beckman Glycerine Hand Therapy in
    the Camille fragrance. Good stuff.

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    Storrmmee Guest

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    i am allergic to most dish soaps, so i try to get it as much as possible in
    the dw, but if i have to wash something i pat hands dry after rinsing off
    the soap and put on pure shay butter, pricey but it works, and for me it has
    eliminated, all other lotions/moisturizers and also petramalt for the
    cats... safe for hairballs, like i said pricey but a df and i split an order
    and we give it for christmas presents so it works out nice, Lee
    "Polly Esther" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    > and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    > . you know.
    > One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    > science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    > course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    > meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    > has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    > What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly




  4. #4
    Doug Freyburger Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    Polly Esther wrote:
    >
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire and
    > feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . . you
    > know.
    > ...
    > What is your best defense with dishpan hands?


    I rub in vitamin E oil drops.

    Or I notice that there's some other part of my body that's still oily
    and I use human oil from that spot. I used to have pretty oilly skin
    when I was young but that doesn't work as well as it used to. My
    forehead still builds up some oil when it's warm out.

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    Ophelia Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival


    "Polly Esther" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    > and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    > . you know.
    > One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    > science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    > course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    > meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    > has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    > What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly


    Rubber gloves if it looked like getting that bad.
    >



    --
    http://www.shop.helpforheros.org.uk


  6. #6
    Giusi Guest

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    "Polly Esther" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    > and feel like a crocodile. What is your best defense with dishpan hands?
    > Polly

    A vacation helps. Several times a day applications of a heavy salve helps
    too. Nothing is instant and nothing will help if you continue to abuse the
    hands.



  7. #7
    Jim Elbrecht Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Mon, 29 Aug 2011 22:04:47 -0500, "Polly Esther"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire and
    >feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . . you
    >know.
    > One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of course,
    >the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food meat and
    >wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    >cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    > What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    >care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly


    I 'wash' my hands with baby oil every morning. If they are about
    to take a bath in something caustic I wear gloves. [usually]

    If they get chapped up anyway, Corn Huskers Lotion is a great cure. It
    doesn't leave an oil slick and it doesn't taste terrible if you eat
    some chips too soon after applying.

    I used to use it when I was younger and foolisher and did concrete
    work without gloves. That'll suck the moisture out of you quicker
    than anything. It was a mason's helper that turned me on to Corn
    Huskers.

    Jim

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    George Leppla Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    > and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    > . you know.
    > One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    > science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    > course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    > meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    > has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    > What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly



    Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ No, I am not kidding.

    Thank me later.

    George L

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    Pico Rico Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival


    "George Leppla" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    >> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    >> and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    >> . you know.
    >> One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >> science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    >> course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    >> meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    >> has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >> So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >> What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    >> care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >> everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >
    >
    > Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ No, I am not kidding.



    you beat me to it.



  10. #10
    Jim Elbrecht Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 07:33:27 -0500, George Leppla
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    >> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    >> and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    >> . you know.
    >> One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >> science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    >> course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    >> meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    >> has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >> So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >> What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    >> care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >> everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >
    >
    >Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ No, I am not kidding.


    >Thank me later.


    Great for rashes & chapped skin-- but it leaves a grease slick that
    just won't quit. I keep some in the house & use it-- but only as a
    last result. [it smells funny, too.]

    Jim

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    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On 8/30/2011 9:35 AM, Jim Elbrecht wrote:
    > On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 07:33:27 -0500, George Leppla
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    >>> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    >>> and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    >>> . you know.
    >>> One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >>> science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >>> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    >>> course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    >>> meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    >>> has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >>> So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >>> What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    >>> care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >>> everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >>
    >>
    >> Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ No, I am not kidding.

    >
    >> Thank me later.

    >
    > Great for rashes& chapped skin-- but it leaves a grease slick that
    > just won't quit. I keep some in the house& use it-- but only as a
    > last result. [it smells funny, too.]
    >


    Basically, it's lots of lanolin, an oil or grease from sheep's wool, and
    probably will help. Originally, it was used for cows; "bag" is "udder".


    --


    James Silverton, Potomac

    I'm *not* [email protected]

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    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On 8/30/2011 8:35 AM, Jim Elbrecht wrote:
    > On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 07:33:27 -0500, George Leppla
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    >>> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    >>> and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    >>> . you know.
    >>> One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >>> science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >>> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    >>> course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    >>> meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    >>> has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >>> So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >>> What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    >>> care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >>> everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >>
    >>
    >> Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ No, I am not kidding.

    >
    >> Thank me later.

    >
    > Great for rashes& chapped skin-- but it leaves a grease slick that
    > just won't quit. I keep some in the house& use it-- but only as a
    > last result. [it smells funny, too.]
    >
    > Jim

    Hmm! Our cow never objected to the grease nor the smell. <G>

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    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Aug 29, 8:04*pm, "Polly Esther" <Polly...@cableone.net> wrote:
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. *They are on fireand
    > feel like a crocodile. *Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . .you
    > know.
    > * * One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigeratorof
    > science fair exhibits. *Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. *Of course,
    > the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. *I took her some baby food meat and
    > wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. * Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    > cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > * * So. *Anyhow. *I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion..
    > * * What is your best defense with dishpan hands? *Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. *Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. *How do you defend yourself? * Polly


    Sounds to me like you are sensitive to whatever soap it is that you
    are using. Try switching to something
    without antibacterials and deoderants or harsh detergents.

  14. #14
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Aug 29, 10:04*pm, "Polly Esther" <Polly...@cableone.net> wrote:
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. *They are on fireand
    > feel like a crocodile. *Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . .you
    > know.
    > * * One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigeratorof
    > science fair exhibits. *Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. *Of course,
    > the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. *I took her some baby food meat and
    > wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. * Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    > cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > * * So. *Anyhow. *I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion..
    > * * What is your best defense with dishpan hands? *Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. *Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. *How do you defend yourself? * Polly


    My hands are very dry nearly all the time. For a real super "cure," I
    use Bag Balm (like heavy duty vaseline for cow udders) slathered on
    generously, and covered with cotton gloves, left on overnight. It
    works great for hands AND feet.

    N.

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    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Aug 30, 7:33*am, George Leppla <geo...@cruisemaster.com> wrote:
    > On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    >
    > > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    > > and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . ..
    > > . you know.
    > > One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    > > science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    > > course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    > > meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    > > has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing..
    > > So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    > > What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    > > care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > > everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >
    > Bag Balm.http://www.bagbalm.com/*No, I am not kidding.
    >
    > Thank me later.
    >
    > George L


    That's the sure-fire cure-all. You can find it at farm stores and at
    fabric (quilt) shops - BUT, buy it at farm stores, because it's way
    cheaper.

    N.

  16. #16
    Storrmmee Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    shay butter is the next step up from that and udder butter... with no grease
    slick, Lee
    "Jim Elbrecht" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 07:33:27 -0500, George Leppla
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>On 8/29/2011 10:04 PM, Polly Esther wrote:
    >>> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    >>> and feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . .
    >>> . you know.
    >>> One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >>> science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >>> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    >>> course, the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food
    >>> meat and wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie
    >>> has 'kennel cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >>> So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >>> What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the day-to-day
    >>> care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >>> everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >>
    >>
    >>Bag Balm. http://www.bagbalm.com/ No, I am not kidding.

    >
    >>Thank me later.

    >
    > Great for rashes & chapped skin-- but it leaves a grease slick that
    > just won't quit. I keep some in the house & use it-- but only as a
    > last result. [it smells funny, too.]
    >
    > Jim




  17. #17
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Mon, 29 Aug 2011 22:04:47 -0500, "Polly Esther" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > .... I know I could don gloves....


    > What is your best defense with dishpan hands?


    Polly, have you met Polly?

    -- Larry

  18. #18
    Lou Decruss Guest

    Default Re: Dishwashing III, the survival

    On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 07:31:31 -0700 (PDT), Nancy2
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Aug 29, 10:04*pm, "Polly Esther" <Polly...@cableone.net> wrote:
    >> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. *They are on fire and
    >> feel like a crocodile. *Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . . you
    >> know.
    >> * * One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >> science fair exhibits. *Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. *Of course,
    >> the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. *I took her some baby food meat and
    >> wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. * Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    >> cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >> * * So. *Anyhow. *I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >> * * What is your best defense with dishpan hands? *Nevermind the day-to-day
    >> care. *Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >> everybody. *How do you defend yourself? * Polly

    >
    >My hands are very dry nearly all the time. For a real super "cure," I
    >use Bag Balm (like heavy duty vaseline for cow udders) slathered on
    >generously, and covered with cotton gloves, left on overnight. It
    >works great for hands AND feet.


    Gloves are a bit much to sleep with all night and make your hands
    prune up. When I worked construction I'd put vasoline or cream on my
    hands and sleep with socks on them. It's best to have someone else
    put them on for you.

    Lou

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    merryb Guest

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    On Aug 29, 8:04*pm, "Polly Esther" <Polly...@cableone.net> wrote:
    > I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. *They are on fireand
    > feel like a crocodile. *Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . .you
    > know.
    > * * One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigeratorof
    > science fair exhibits. *Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    > Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. *Of course,
    > the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. *I took her some baby food meat and
    > wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. * Baby Sophie has 'kennel
    > cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    > * * So. *Anyhow. *I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion..
    > * * What is your best defense with dishpan hands? *Nevermind the day-to-day
    > care. *Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    > everybody. *How do you defend yourself? * Polly


    Working Hands lotion- when I worked in bakeries, my hands would get so
    dry and cracked. This stuff is awesome!

  20. #20
    Ophelia Guest

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    "Lou Decruss" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 07:31:31 -0700 (PDT), Nancy2
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>On Aug 29, 10:04 pm, "Polly Esther" <Polly...@cableone.net> wrote:
    >>> I've washed dishes and my hands too many times today. They are on fire
    >>> and
    >>> feel like a crocodile. Actually, I've never felt a crocodile but . . .
    >>> you
    >>> know.
    >>> One extra bout of washing was caused by emptying the refrigerator of
    >>> science fair exhibits. Then a neighbor needed help with a precious baby
    >>> Yorkie who, she said, wouldn't eat and wouldn't take her pills. Of
    >>> course,
    >>> the wee pup would eat for Aunt Polly. I took her some baby food meat
    >>> and
    >>> wrapped her pill in the 3rd treat of soft cheese. Baby Sophie has
    >>> 'kennel
    >>> cough' which is highly contagious - hence more hand-washing.
    >>> So. Anyhow. I know I could don gloves and apply hand lotion.
    >>> What is your best defense with dishpan hands? Nevermind the
    >>> day-to-day
    >>> care. Don't worry about recommending something that doesn't work for
    >>> everybody. How do you defend yourself? Polly

    >>
    >>My hands are very dry nearly all the time. For a real super "cure," I
    >>use Bag Balm (like heavy duty vaseline for cow udders) slathered on
    >>generously, and covered with cotton gloves, left on overnight. It
    >>works great for hands AND feet.

    >
    > Gloves are a bit much to sleep with all night and make your hands
    > prune up. When I worked construction I'd put vasoline or cream on my
    > hands and sleep with socks on them. It's best to have someone else
    > put them on for you.


    I still don't see why you can't wear rubber gloves to do the work instead of
    all that faffing about *grumble*

    --
    http://www.shop.helpforheros.org.uk


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