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Is pumice used in handcleaner?


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Answered 2009-04-20 22:04:48

The brand of hand soap called "Lava" is alleged to contain pumice. Lava soap really does have pumice in it.


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No, pumice has nothing to do with drywall.

believe it or not pumice is commonly used for callouses due to it rough texture.

Pumice is used as a gentle abrasive to remove dead and hard skin from the feet.

Pumice powder is a fine abrasive material used in the application of shellac or varnish to obtain a fine hand rubbed finish. The pumice is used between the layers of finish which must be dry before pumice powder is used. In short it is used between the applications of the finish

typically, Pumice rocks are used to scrape the rough areas of feet so that they are smooth

Pumice is not used in construction processes because it breaks down too easily.

Pumice does not occur in the New International Version of the Bible at all.

Pumice is used to clean teeth from their dental plaque. Also used to smooth callus and other rough areas on feet.

Pumice can be used for many different sources. I know that you use it in dentistry. IT is mostly used to keep teeth healthy by rubbing on it.

Pumice can be used in soap as an abrasive to help with really dirty hands. It probably has many other uses as well.

None of the above. These terms are used to describe sedimentary rocks. Pumice is igneous.

Pumice is a solid material; it is not melted although it used to be melted rock when it was originally formed by a volcano.

beauty salon and craft stores

Pumice stone does not really have an official age. It is typically made by factories and used as a beauty product for feet.

Pumice stone can be used for cleaning.

The mineral used in soil mix is pumice

Pumice rocks can be used forscrubbing heels it can rub pretty hard and it softens the heel upcan be used for polishing sculptures you breack it down and then use it to polishlast it is used as a ladscape stone

Pumice can be white, gray, or even pink.

Thrown out of an active volcano during an eruption, pumice is lava that is so full of gas bubble holes that pumice is very light and can sometime float. I remember my mother in Liverpool, England, in the 1950's using a pumice stone to wash, clean and whiten the front door step of the small terraced house we lived in at that time. Pumice stone is still used today, especially by women who used the pumice stone to sand away the hard skin on their heels.

No. Pumice is amorphous.

how did pumice get here

No. Pumice is not magnetic.

No. Pumice is inorganic.

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