Por15 Tip

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  1. Mr44666

    Mr44666 Founding Member

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    Hi Everyone.

    Anyone who has used Por15 knows that it does not come off of your skin until that skin comes off. Well, I found a little bit easier and quicker way... Get some disposible razors and shave it off. Now, if you get some on an area with a lot of hair you have to make a choice.

    The hair on my arms is growing back nicely..

    -Dave
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    That's not true. You don't have to shave it off... Unfortunately in your case it sounds like you already did. What I did, because I got a lot of overspray on my legs (shouldn't have worn shorts), and arms, in the shower I used the thing my wife uses to smooth her feet with and some soap. If you keep rubbing with this combination it will come off nicely.
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    Thats nothin, I use a steel wire brush attachment attached to an electric drill on high speed. :D

    Just kidding, I will keep the option in mind though.
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    Yeah, that's true it does work. But by the time it comes off with that I'm pretty sure you lose a little bit of skin too and it was fairly painful for me. Maybe you didn't prep your skin for proper adhesion..

    -Dave

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