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Talcum Powder

Tidy Talc Dispenser
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I love swimming but I hate the faintly damp tacky feeling after I am dressed which comes from too little towel and too small changing rooms. Talc is the obvious answer but not only are the obvious health risks if it gets down below, but it usually makes a horrid cement like mess on the damp floor. My solution is a talc puffer like a camera lens cleaner, so you can strategically pfft your talc to your damp areas avoiding the nether regions and the floor. This puffer comes with a lid and comes in a variety of natty designs which your can co ordinate with your cozzie or goggles if you are so inclined.
daisydoo, Sep 01 2008

(?) The hazzards of cornstarch in your pool. http://video.google...r+pool&hl=en&emb=0#
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 01 2008]

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Find Talcum Powder manufacturers, exporters, suppliers business listings, Talcum Powder buyers and sellers business trade leads with detailed Talcum Powder product catalogs. [Exportersindia, Jun 10 2015]

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       health risks? it has been discovered that talc is so fine that it can actually infiltrate through the skin.
po, Sep 01 2008
  

       Uh oh, maybe another rethink is required, darn!
daisydoo, Sep 01 2008
  

       Corn starch will do, now for another naming conundrum.
daisydoo, Sep 01 2008
  

       Corn Chowder?
blissmiss, Sep 02 2008
  

       [Exportersindia] seems intent on spamming.   

       W.R.T. the idea, the better solution would be an air- shower that blasts the slightly-damp, post-towel swimmer with warm dry air for thirty seconds.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 10 2015
  

       Why not simply use a non-toxic hydrophobic spray before entering the pool ?
FlyingToaster, Jun 10 2015
  

       Or a topically applied hydrophobic ointment? Like Vaseline?
bungston, Mar 31 2019
  
      
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