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Just posting in to let you know that I got this link from OFF-ROAD.com 's Toyota board and have POSTED it to the
insame asylum called the "Pirate 4x4 Board"
One notion I did get while reading the thread was...
If indeed it doesnt get slippery when wet then our Hero is actually better off if he falls into the water on his forthcoming water trip,
as whomever tries to pull him back into the boat will have
someplace secure to grab onto as they haul him back onto the boat.
This is to the Hootus Man:
I too was forwarded this link by some friends and I just could not help myself but to forward this to HERCULINER.
Check out there reply:
Thanks for sharing your story with us. So far no word had made it as far as
our corporate offices here in Chicago, IL, so I think you will still be able to
leave the house without being recognized.
Normally with testimonials we ask folks to tell us their story and then send in
a "before and after" picture of their project, but in this case, I somehow don't
feel it is appropriate to ask you to do so. = - )
Your friends certainly did have some good advice. Eventually, HERCULINER will
wear off skin, but it does take weeks in some instances. I know that I did a
demonstration at a trade show in July, and I had some product on the side of my
leg for 3 weeks afterwards! Amazing how you don't notice it's on you skin until
it's dried and too late to remove easily - I know you can relate!
Are you HERCULINER-free at this time, or was this a recent occurence? In either
regard, your email has highlighted three things for us:
1. We need to bold the recommendation to use gloves and to immediately wipe wet
HERCULINER from skin before it dries.
2. Include recommendations as to how best to remove dried HERCULINER from the
3. We have a potential new category in which we could market HERCULINER! Thanks
for the idea!
I'd love to send you a HERCULINER hat. That way you will always have a reminder
of the application process!
hey folks just picked myself up off the floor after reading this thread,was refered here from another site via a link
and wanted to add my 2 cents worth so here goes a freind had a similer problem except it was on his toes and it took awhile for the stuff to finnaly come off but he still has traces of it on his one toe so good luck let us no how it works out .................phil
Now what I wonder is who all has posted this link on other boards across the net? I know I did the first one I think. Over at the POR board. Even over there Hootus has become a regular word! Its just crazy. Way to go Gerald! LOL