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    agree with the metal comb. mum used to have one when my sister had lice as a kid. it was kind of square with only very small (like, minute) spaces between the prongy bits. it seemed to work on my sister (and brother when he got lice) and we all have really fine hair.

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    Hi new here, couldn't read and not post. I have tried everything over the years and have recently found a little metal flea comb from the pet section of the supermarket it has pretty fine teeth and does a good job with the eggs, jut make sure you use a lot of conditioner. I think from memory it cost about $7.00.


 

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