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Who uses dusting powder?
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Asked in DIY Projects
What kind of powder can be used to keep o-rings from sticking together?
Asked in Gerbils
What types of dust do you use for your gerbils bath?
Asked in Chickens and Roosters
Do chickens carry lice when their sick?
They can and they can appear quite healthy and have them too. Most feed stores sell a good organic dusting powder for treatment of chickens with lice. Just dusting the straw or woodchips in the chicken coop will suffice. If you notice a spot around the yard where the birds regularly take dust baths, sprinkle some of the powder there also. Chemical dusting powders are also effective and available.
Asked in Guinea Pigs
Can you use different kinds of dusting powder for a chinchilla?
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Asked in Health
What is the best deodorant to use to stop underarm wetness?
the best deodorant to use in the most natural form would be a combination of the following: * red sandal wood powder or cedar bark powder * orange peel powder * mint powder * rose petals dried and powdered Mix the above ingredients in equal quantities and use it as a dusting powder under the arm. This reduces the wetness and exudes a pleasent odour.
Asked in Baking Powder, Cornflour and Cornstarch
Is there a difference between cornflour and baking powder?
Cornflour and baking powder are completely different products. Cornflour is ground corn (maize), used for baking cornbread and similar products. OR, in the UK, "cornflour" generally means cornstarch, a very fine white starch milled from corn (maize), used as thickening sauces, puddings, and dusting pastries among other uses. Baking Powder is a chemical leavening agent, usually a mixture of baking soda, several salts and starches. It cannot be used as a flour or starch by itself.