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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakois View Post
    Considering how expensive Frontline actually is compared to live treatments , I would say that it was said as a joke.
    I'm hoping so. Actually, yeah, I'm pretty sure. I've referred to myself as having a 'flea bath' before when I had some itchy bites.... I think it's funny and she was being sarcastic!

    Appalled that it sounds like there are others out there who use it on their kids though!

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    Well i cant say if she is being 100% serious, but going by the type of person she is and the many people (school mums & kindy teachers) advising to stat away from her and keep kids apart. (for rxtremely good reason!)
    I really wouldnt put it past her after what iv been told

    Im just wondering if thats something that should be reported? Or is it not that serious??

    I think some parents are just so....... Stupid???

    I mean i no nits are a pain but teatree oil and hair spray are awesome!!!!

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    I just paid $60 yesterday for frontline. I'd say she was joking!

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    Far OUT. If that woman was serious she needs her head read. Frontline is definitiely not for use on humans. The dog one can be really bad for cats even! I can't imagine what it would do to a child

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    Not the first time I've heard someone suggest this.
    Maybe next time tell her to use kerosine??? It's cheaper

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    Is it even safe for dogs??? If it's that bad for humans and cats, how is it safe for dogs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2b09 View Post
    Not the first time I've heard someone suggest this.
    Maybe next time tell her to use kerosine??? It's cheaper
    I dont actually talk to this person due to her lifestyle, thou i may chat to a mum who has had dealings with her, they might know if she is serious.

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    I know someone that uses it on her kids hair, def not a joke

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    Actually read about this in the paper yesterday. Some health forums where posters are recommending this treatment, also kerosene


 

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