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  1. TallTreeClimber

    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    From a chemical perspective I think it would cut the grease as well, but it's not as easily dispensed as the pump gel is. I have one in the door of my car that I use after pumping gas too, and before I eat fast food...I've become a germaphobe since getting the flu 3 years ago. I wish some...
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    Lithium powered saws?

    I have both makitas. They're hard to beat.
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    Am I ropewalking wrong...?

    Thanks for the analysis, but it's really just a function of my home made knee ascender and how close it is to my harness bridge and where it feels comfortable in relation to my knee. I haven't spent time really refining my set up since in my mind I'd achieved near perfect locomotion. I was...
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    Am I ropewalking wrong...?

    Watching again, I think you're just really chest heavy and you aren't supported at chest level with a chest rig so you're weight pulls you back too far. You might wanna experiment with a new gear set up, a chest ascender or chest rig or something, because rope walking is easier when you stay...
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    Am I ropewalking wrong...?

    A chest rig would keep you upright without having to use your arms. Really the arms are only to keep you pulled upright to the rope, unless you are actively trying to workout your biceps, which I have done several times before, but would advise against it. It's a good way to injure your biceps...
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    Am I ropewalking wrong...?

    You appear to be leaning back further than me imo.
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    Today....

    I'm guessing you caused that?
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    Best hornet spray?

    I used expanding foam spray with 100% success on a small yellowjacket nest at 5am the other morning. Not one lived or even flew out.
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    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    ^great post. As a note of interest, I have cut poison ivy/oak vines and then a year later when they were all dried out completely crusty and had NO black ooze coming from them, and got them all over my body and had no ill effects whatsoever. I wouldn't recommend it, and I'm not willing do it...
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    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    I'm still gonna get the vaccine for poison ivy when it's available though. I heard ole miss has a leg up on it.
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    The color graduations are a natural feature called "conditioning" on excel.
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    I bought the kubota mx5200
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    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    Washed clothes seem to be safe.
  14. TallTreeClimber

    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    I leave my stuff out in the sun for a few afternoons to neutralize it.
  15. TallTreeClimber

    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    After a lot of pain and itching, and knowing I'm in almost constant contact with the poison, I thought to myself, instead of scrubbing with dawn like I usually do, why don't I try using hand sanitizer instead? If i slather it on thick, maybe it will disolve the "grease" that urushiol leaves on...
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    It's a competition of who gets my tractor dollars! Lol.
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    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    My wife bought a bunch. It's just soap. Not only that, it requires water and washing. It's much less convenient than hand sanitizer.
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    I found the poison ivy/oak solution.

    That's what I've been trying to communicate guys. I've seen all the videos and read all the threads. If i missed it tell me. I'm trying to explain that I've found no better way than hand sanitizer to remove the ingredient urushiol. No scrubbing necessary, just slather it on your spots with your...
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