Make Itching Powder !




Intro: Make Itching Powder !

I will reveal you secret of making itching powder, it is used to make person itch when you put it under clothes on skin. So if you make this make sure you record it and publish... :D So guys start making this and let the fun begin...

And sorry for lousy pictures, they are taken with my phone...

Step 1: Find Many Maple Seeds !!!

Find bunch of maple seeds, when you have many of them, make sure they are clean. If they are wet you must dry them wery well.

Step 2: Cut the Hard Part Away

You must cut away the hard part of the seed, so cut with knife.
We need feather-like rest of it.

Step 3: Save the 'feathers'

Then this should look like these, we save the soft parts for later.

Step 4: Crush,stir,slice,mix

Then This parts must be cruseh to get nice small slivery hairs. If you look from distance it looks like powder. I used two methods: 1.I put them in mixer to cut them in small slivery hairs
2.I put them in plastic pot and crush with pen.

Each process is good but make sure they are sliced or crushed to slivery hairs, that makes best effect.

Step 5: You've Made Nice Itching Powder!

I know the graphic isn't good but anyway that's the final product.



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    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    There's this brand-new thing called the 'Internet', it's great, you can look up virtually anything! On this internet is a thing called Google, which can search the Whole internet, and a thing called Wikipedia which has information of virtually everything! Even Sodium Carbonate!

    Seriously. Use your head. Figure it out.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Incase you don't know how to open links, Sodium Carbonate is, as Wikipedia says:

    Sodium carbonate (also known as washing soda, soda crystals or soda ash), Na2CO3, is a sodium salt of carbonic acid. It most commonly occurs as a crystalline heptahydrate, which readily effloresces to form a white powder, the monohydrate; and is domestically well known for its everyday use as a water softener.


    1 year ago

    im using this for revenge is there any way that i can apply this to someones clothes while they are wearing it them??

    1 reply

    Reply 1 year ago

    Just sneak behind them and dump it on them


    i can't find any maple leaves is there a substitute?!


    11 years ago

    Hey Frank, I do custom cable installs and you are an evil evil person for suggesting that. That crap is horrific for DAYS. It gets in your bed and is in everything.

    3 replies

    Reply 2 years ago

    I was thinking the same thing! That's sick in the head if you ask me. Who would tell someone to crush fiberglass for an itching powder. Peoples stupidity amazes me. I'd press charges on someone if I found out they did that to me. That's dangerous as hell!


    Reply 11 years ago

    not to mention -- insulation is spun (or some other method) to keep it from floating like dust... Grind it up and you'll be breathing inorganic glass.... Your future fibrosis will thank you :/

    Columbus -- to get fiberglass out of your skin... Very Hot water (as hot as you can handle) and a wash rag. Brush your skin hard with the rag in one direction away/down the body. It has done the trick for me every time I've gotten glass (or carbon from carbon fiber) itching in my skin :P I also keep and wash exposed clothing separately.


    Reply 11 years ago

    i heard you can spread elmers glue and wait till it dries, then peel it off