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RE: [IP] How do *you* use Hibiclens?

It's red SOAP...containing water, surfactants, alcohol, and an antibiotic.
It's similar to dish washing detergent but stronger.  All the directions on
the bottle call for your sites to be RINSED (with water) THOROUGHLY.

>I use a cotton ball to apply it.  I start at the 'target' location, and
>in a circular motion radiating outward (which helps to drag any potential
>surviving bacteria away from the central site).  I then let it dry, and use
>an alcohol swab to carefully wipe away most of the Hibiclens.  After the
>alcohol dries, it's show time...

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