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I have tried every single remedy out there except the "de". Now I use salt. It works every time!
Inhaling it kill you. I'd skip the de.
how to repair a worn out clicker on an optical mouse
I was so annoyed with my Logitech mini mouse because i had to click a couple of times before it works. This is helpful thank you but instead of using a nail file, I cut a blister pack which is made of aluminum and added one layer of it to the button area where it hits the "clicker", and just used double sided tape. i tried two layers but it wouldn't move anymore haha. I came up with this cz i didn't have any super glue lol. Thanks so much for this!
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Can white vinegar work??????
How to Kill Lice
I have a Dell / Logitech mouse. My problem is that it scrolls to the bottom of any page I go on. Is there a solution for this?
I first apply tea tree oil and olive oil mixture and cover the head with a bag and leave on overnight. Then i wash it out with head and shoulders shampoo then apply vinegar and leave it on for four hours then rinse then apply mouthwash listerin original for four hours (head covered with both vinegar and mouthwash). Then wash hair with head and shoulders again comb hair with nit comb thoroughly. Then blow dry your hair and then take a flat iron and flat iron your entire hair. Wash bedding and boil brushes and hair ties. Lice can only live of the body for 24-36 hour's. So best bet is after treatment sleep on the floor and was clothing you use daily keep seperate from drawers and clothing and pillows for that time period. 5 days later reapeat entire process. Then another 5 days later reapeat process. I have only had to do this process once and it completely cleared up but the two extra treatments should make sure it works. Hope this helps. - ElizabethS32
Ohk.. I don't want to admit it but In had those ugly looking creatures in my hair a few weeks ago. And they made my scalpn itch like hell. Then my friend suggested me to dye my hair and I did so and ended up with red colored lice :/ So, I used the last resort - fine toothed comb till they're all gone. Now I'm lice free Because I read this http://goo.gl/j1fDKD and learned a lot about lice from here which helped me to get rid of them. - AnikaP1
I personally used a store brand mouthwash. It didnt kill all of them them but i just put it on for 20 mins so....my advice is to at least leave it on for an hour or two. ????
I've done that.. now my mouse is "better" but it looks like my scrollwheel doesn't work as is should...
You have to treat every 10 days. You can't just do it once. Make sure you're keeping like coconut oil and combing through with a metal comb everyday 3 times a day if you have to. Sleep with your hair in a cap with coconut oil olive oil tea tree oil any oil and also you can wash with vinegar or alcohol
Get rid of your pillow your bedding and just keep coming that out like outside treated every 10 days and keep your hair in coconut oil in a bag keep calm and it's out keep faithfully maybe get a prescription the most likely get rid of your bedding
help! I have had lice three times, I use loc killing shampoo, wash my sheets and pillows, and lice killing spray. I comb all nits out, but they keep coming back! What do I do? I really need a simple remedy that works in an hour
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I'm having a recurring problem. I will chemically and naturally treat my hair and they will be gone for a few days-as assured by regular checks- and then suddenly I have them back again. I don't understand. This has been happening for several years now and I don't understand what to do. I don't hug anyone, and I don't share hats, brushes, or pillows. They come out of literally no where and it is starting to get majorly annoying. Any suggestions?
Hello,My daughters got lice at summer camp. RID or Nix didn't work, apparently lice develop immunity to these pesticides. I used a home remedy that got rid of them for good. 1. Take 1/4 cup of warm apple cider vinegar and a 1/4 cup of salt. Mix it and soak the hair throughly and let it dry for 15-20 minutes.2. Comb out the dead lice and nits.3. Wash the hair with regular shampoo (just add 3-4 drops of tea tree oil). Condition the hair.4. Blow dry and/or flat iron the hair carefully from the roots to kill any remaining nits.5. Repeat every 4 days for 2 weeks.*Tip: to avoid reinfestation you can buy the OGX tea tree oil shampoo and use regularly. Also, clean all hard surfaces with rubbing alcohol or vinegar. Vacuum sofa, mattresses, and anything with padding. Wash all clothing and stuffed animals in hot water cycle and hot dryer cycle. Anything that can't be washed seal it in a plastic bag for 2-3 weeks (i do 3 weeks cause I'm a bit ocdish). Finally, change the sheets daily until you do the second vinegar application in 4 days.Goof luck!
My daughters had them last year. I think the conditioner method got them. They got them this Spring and we can't get rid if them. Tried Nix, store brand Nix, many attempts of Listerine and vinegar, coconut oil. Even paid a professional and she had them a week later.
i have the same kind of mouse
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