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Wash

Gains equal losses.
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Wash

A situation in which the profit on one activity or investment equals the loss on another. When an investment is a wash, it is said to break even.
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It also thoroughly covers the hand, providing greater protection and control for caregivers than wipes or reusable washcloths.
Put only a dab of shampoo on the washcloth. If you do accidentally get soap in your dog's eyes: "Rinse, rinse, rinse and do not freak out," Keyes says.
Keith has found that a person with dementia is more comfortable seated on a small towel or washcloth. And if the individual is more comfortable covering their chest or legs with a towel during the bath, let them.
The Baby hitmaker has a fear of filthy fingers and carries a special washcloth wherever he goes so he can regularly clean his dirty digits.
Drop the washcloth. "Girls who are oily tend to cleanse like crazy," aesthetician Sinead Norenius says.
Leave the mask in place for 15 minutes, and remove with a warm, wet washcloth.
That windy condition would not accurately model the indoor conditions of a completely interior residential bathroom and would cause the bathmat droplets and washcloth to dry at an artificially high rate.
1 For poison oak In a large washcloth, mix 1 cup rolled oats, 1/4 cup honey, and 1 cup powdered milk (or use fresh milk and add it directly to your bathtub); tie washcloth with a rubber band.
Lumpert's solution ("An alternative for would be for your caregivers to give you a washcloth bath."), let me to present the many contraindications in this flawed recommendation.
* Before you shave, wash the area with an antibacterial soap and press a warm washcloth on your skin to soften the hair.
"These natural oil formulas melt on contact with your skin and are removed with a wet washcloth or damp cotton wool," says Liz.