|To:||Geoffrey Dabb <>|
|Subject:||Tackling the tricky task of tick removal - some hardware|
|From:||muriel story <>|
|Date:||Mon, 26 May 2014 18:03:09 +1000|
I like to get rid of ticks INSTANTLY - it's psychological. One can dose the tick with Lyclear scabies ointment or the "freezing" stuff before removal.
Two cheap and nifty devices remove ticks without squeezing them:
Tick Twister, two per pack, look like miniature plastic jemmies (recommended when I asked Michael Guppy after his COG presentation)
Ticked Off small plastic tool with a demi-spherical head with a small notch in the rim.
I have only been able to buy these at pharmacies the coast - Batemans Bay and Bermagui. They work.
PS I am not an agent or sales rep, just a birder!
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