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Old 03-11-2015, 05:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help! can't get breathe right strips out of ear!

I've glued them in his ears with tear mender and they stay a little too well! The strips are kind of dirty and messed up(rainy weather) and I really want them out, but they're stuck to the hairs in his ear and probably his skin, I'm afraid they're weighing his ears down. I don't want to hurt him trying to take them out!
Baby oil is SO messy and takes forever, plus he HATES it. Is there any thing else I can use?
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Try a little mineral or baby oil.
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