What takes Blu Kote off of skin?

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by hoosierhen, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. Toast n Jelly

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    Alcohol will remove it.
     
  2. Ellie_NY_chick

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    Oh rainbow I tried that, and the nail polish remover too. They didn't do any better tha plain old soap. I scrubbed as best as I could with a washcloth and wore a lot of makeup.

    Washing dishes helped get it off my hands.

    Thanks for all the suggestions. I made it through the day without any funny looks - other than the ones I usually get, that is!
     
  3. crazyhen

    crazyhen Crowing

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    How about goo-gone. It is a citrus product that removes paint and such from the skin. It is pleasant smelling too, Jean
     
  4. tim_TX

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    I too have suffered the Blu Kote curse. Looked like I had just voted in Iraq's 1st election, and several times at that. I tried soap and water, alcohol, you name it, but nothing worked. What finally removed it was taking a shower and washing my hair. I guess hair acts as a mild abrasive. That or Curls Rock shampoo is not telling the truth about their ingredients.
     
  5. Pullet Pimp

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    I just found this thread. When I got BluKote on my wife's bathroom sink I thought I was dead where I stood. In my panic I grabbed the nearest thing to me which was my kids Aim (original flavor) toothpaste and it took it right off. I used it on my fingers and it took it off of them also with some mild scrubbing.
     
  6. Jenski

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    Check with equibling! She had the same thing happen. She posted pics too, although I am sorry I can't find that thread . . . she was such a good sport to post pics of her "little accident," LOL!
     
  7. Cara

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    I did that the other day to my hands. I was cleaning the kitchen afterwards and something took it right off, it was either:

    Baking soda with water to make a paste
    White vinegar
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    Pledge Multi Surface cleaner

    Sorry I can't be more specific lol I'm not trying it again. But perhaps give the first two a try, they won't hurt.
     
  8. farmgirlie1031

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    I used Goop or some other product for car mechanics. It was whatever brand my Dad had in the shop at the time.
     
  9. ScoobyRoo

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    I was trying to find some blu-kote at the farm store the other day. After reading all this I'm not sure I want to buy some now.[​IMG]
    I just wanted to have it on hand if ever needed. Can someone please tell me does it come in a salve or spray or what? I found some called wound kote (sray) for horses but it did not mention chickens. It did say not to use on cats. Is it the same?
     

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