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2013-05-11 4:35 PM

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Subject: Body markings
I know that this has been asked before but i can't seem to find it, how do i get my body markings washed off without taking my skin off?


2013-05-11 4:40 PM
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Subject: RE: Body markings
Rubbing alcohol
2013-05-11 5:40 PM
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Subject: RE: Body markings
Dr Bronners soaps. You can find them at GNC. I used to scrub and scrub and just let them wear off as they wanted to.

One day I grabbed the other bottle, Dr Bronner's. The ink basically dissolved off. It was great.

http://www.drbronner.com/

I've used this stuff since Boy Scouts camping in the '70s. Great stuff.

2013-05-11 6:31 PM
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Surprised

???

How do you take them off?!?

Geez, I've been tempted to bust out a marker to freshen mine before...

 

2013-05-11 8:20 PM
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Baby oil. Works great on race numbers and Cat 6 tattoos as well.
2013-05-11 8:20 PM
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I carry alcohol wipes in my bag.  Those things need to be off before I hit the local beer and pizza place.  I talk loud enough for everyone to know I'M A TRIATHLETE THAT JUST FINISHED A RACE AND DIDN'T WIN without needing the numbers.

 



2013-05-12 10:52 AM
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By the way, as an alternative to body marking, I love these things:

http://www.tritats.com

Look super professional and saves standing in line raceday morning. 

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