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Posted On:10/01/2008 11:47am
$6 for 0.3oz? Man, I've been getting hosed. Need to start buying that stuff in bulk.
Posted On:10/01/2008 4:29pm
Style: creonte on hiatus
How much have you been paying for that good ****????
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Posted On:10/01/2008 4:32pm
Local pharmacy's charging $10 for, IIRC, 0.1oz. Might not be directly comparable by volume, I dunno, but I burned through two tubes (Krazy Glue format) really quickly.
Posted On:10/01/2008 4:47pm
No way dude. Change pharmacies or brand. I've never paid more than $7 for a 0.3z bottle.
Posted On:10/01/2008 4:55pm
I'll keep looking. Was hoping I'd find a jumbo package of it at Costco, but no joy. Maybe Wal-mart?
Posted On:10/01/2008 6:31pm
Style: Kickboxing, Judo
Thanks for the reply guys.
I'll rule out the showering issue, because firstly the rash appeared immediately after training (not enough time to have a shower before it appeared). Secondly, I always shower after training!
I'll look at the rashguard - it's generally frowned upon in judo though! I have 4 gis which I cycle and obviously wash after each session (who doesn't?).
I've always had eczema and to be honest this looks the same, but it doesn't itch/cause any discomfort. I think it's just a case of rashguard+gi from now on!
Posted On:10/01/2008 7:09pm
Style: FMA, Jujutsu/Judo/SAMBO
Hey, did you just change laundry detergents or fabric softeners or anything? It could just be a bit of an allergic reaction.
Posted On:10/26/2008 2:30pm
Originally Posted by Teh El Macho
I use this, which costs about $6:
I hit up the pharmacy while grocery shopping today. Swung two 1oz (not 0.1oz) bottles of that same brand, brush-on, for $17.58 total with tax. The price spread is stupefying.
Posted On:12/17/2008 12:21am
So maybe this is obvious to everyone here and this post is a dumb necro, but I felt like Archimedes in the tub when I figured it out.
PROTIP #1: The stuff takes a long time to dry on its own. For faster drying, use a source of hot, dry air - hairdryer, electric hand dryer, or if you don't have access to those, a furnace vent works a treat.
PROTIP #2: Fresh wounds ooze fluid that screws up the adhesion and sealing process. Dabbing it off irritates the wound and causes more to be secreted. Solution? Dry it off before applying the liquid bandage in the same manner as given above.
Again, maybe everyone else has already figured these out, but they made a world of difference for me.
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Posted On:12/17/2008 6:15am
Style: MMA, Yoga
Do rashguards also help with nipple iritation? I'm like the virgin Mary of Judo, my nipples are crying blood.
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