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    Any suggestions?
    So far I ve tried bleach which didn't help much
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Any suggestions?
    So far I ve tried bleach which didn't help much
    It says nail polish remover, or a baking soda and water paste or alcohol.
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    It says nail polish remover, or a baking soda and water paste or alcohol.
    Perhaps i'll get some pure acetone as my nail polish remover is pretty kind on skin.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Perhaps i'll get some pure acetone as my nail polish remover is pretty kind on skin.
    Well I bet £land bail varnish will be very basic. Btw you can get gel heel protectors there. I was thinking for the back of your heel but realised later is was actually your heel.

    Theres also

    http://www.wilko.com/washing-powder+...s/invt/0349717

    Try the baking soda version first (assuming you have some).
 
 
 
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