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    Ha, ha, that's brilliant Ronijayne
    my mother would like one of those.

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    Wouldn't mind a pair of those shoes myself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    Wouldn't mind a pair of those shoes myself!
    You only get one Steve, I think you can do the 'get one free' thing if you pay $8 for shipping. It suction sticks to the floor of the bath!! I am thinking of getting one

    You pour a little soap onto that strap, looks like a fun massage for hot tired feet!
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    I don't have a problem washing me feet,its the back that I have a problem with...however I solved this by adapting a car power washer brush to the shower head.

    When water is at high pressure the brush rotates and scrubs me back nice and clean.



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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgePorgie View Post
    I don't have a problem washing me feet,its the back that I have a problem with...however I solved this by adapting a car power washer brush to the shower head.

    When water is at high pressure the brush rotates and scrubs me back nice and clean



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    LOL

    I have no trouble with washing feet either but I like the look of those foot massage/washers
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    LOL
    Ye might laugh woman,but it works a treat,just got to get round to attaching it on a slide rail to the wall o the shower now so I just bend up and down while its doing the biz.

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    GeorgiPorgie.
    Having read your post I thought I would give your idea a try....................I didnt have the rotary brush attachment, so just used the regular power wash jet..............it blew 17 tiles off the shower cubicle wall, I
    then dropped it and it kept spinning around in the cubicle, chasing me.
    I was discharged from hospital this morning, the doctor says I should make a full recovery, but my hair will never grow again.
    thanks for the useful tip

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    Horne Brothers....!!! That was for the "creme de la creme"! T.J.'s for me,and that was pushin' it!
    It was Sturlas for me!

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    I'm having the bath taken out and a double shower put, a bit like a wet room, I would shower every day, in the 60s it was Margeret St baths once a week, I can only remember a few stinkers in the 60s, they would likely be stinkers today regardless !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty1 View Post
    I'm having the bath taken out and a double shower put, a bit like a wet room, I would shower every day, in the 60s it was Margeret St baths once a week, I can only remember a few stinkers in the 60s, they would likely be stinkers today regardless !
    whether you needed it or not!

    and yes there are still some smelly people about!

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    We all must have been a bit smelly, it was great to find some one smellier though !

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    .......... which soap did you use then? think the girls in our house had Camay.

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    Anything I got my hands on and made me less smelly ! It's the same now.

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    I've never stank,I can go a week without a shower/bath and you wouldn't smell bad odor on me. Name:  whistle.gif
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    I kid you not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgePorgie View Post
    I've never stank,I can go a week without a shower/bath and you wouldn't smell bad odor on me. Name:  whistle.gif
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    I kid you not.
    ha,ha, I know what you mean, I'm the same. I think I must have been born without sweat glands ! I don't have any of that perspiration problem - I never have to use sprays and deoderants.
    I just wear perfume every day for my own pleasure. Of course, it goes without saying that I attend to my ablutions daily .. but if I was stranded somewhere without water I wouldn't niff !

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