SORRY ALL CAPS. HOW DO YOU GET THE FOAM INSULATION OFF YOUR SKIN? THE CAN SAYS IT WEARS OFF. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE, I TRIED TO WASH MY HANDS AFTER GETTING IT ON ME AND NOW IT IS A THIN LAYER EVEN BETWEEN MY FINGER AND STICKY,
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Funny - so that's the reason for all caps. Becuase you typed all that I thought you could.
yes, I couldn't use the shift key. I still have some on me but it is peeling off. W will see how it goes the rest of the evening and I HOPE it is all off by morning!
HELLO LADY G...pop over to your friendly paint supplier and pick up a pint of acetone...i'll wash that stuff off like dust...your welcome...pylos
Well they are all closed and the nearest hardware store is 1/2 hour from my house. I used Nail Polish remover. My fingertips are a bit weird right now, but I put some Aloe Vera lotion right after washing my hands. It stil didn't do as I wanted the foam to do though!
Nail polish may have an acetone base...might be your second best solution...you're supposed to use that foam for insulation, not lotion...teehee
Well...I must say that's a powerful compliment coming from you LadyG...Thanks.
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