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    Hikers wool who'd a thunk.

    http://www.aarnusa.com/product/hikers-wool

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    ...anyhow, first time I've ever heard of it, how bout you? gotta think the idea has been around a while...has it? have you used it? would you use it?

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    Sheepskin is often used for people with bedsores, makes sense to me...........natural fibers against the skin.

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    been a long time since I had a blister - thanks for sharing.
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    Using lambs' wool is a standard procedure for hot spots / blisters where I work. One of three options we have.

    I had not heard of it before I started.

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    Diddo to that

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    been a long time since I had a blister - thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meriadoc View Post
    Using lambs' wool is a standard procedure for hot spots / blisters where I work. One of three options we have.

    I had not heard of it before I started.
    yeah, i had just never heard of this before, and thought it pretty clever. I could imagine certain areas around the world, mainly mountainous sheep regions where this has probably been done for a thousand years ie; Himalayas, Alps, Chile....ect

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