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#41 Male OFFLINE   BothBarrels

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Posted 09/17/17 - 08:14 AM

I  have one or used to have one similar to the one both Barrels posted minus the cup, they were free at either the Rockland or Edison show. Never squeeze, pinch or use heat.

 

Actually, it's not a cup. It's a little magnifying lens, so you can be sure that all the tick's mouth parts were removed from your skin.

 

Cheap, little thing .... but, it works pretty well.


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Posted 09/17/17 - 12:22 PM

Thought you were never supposed to twist a tick??? Only pull straight out. Twisting possibly leave the head and mouth parts under the skin

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Posted 09/17/17 - 11:26 PM

Thought you were never supposed to twist a tick??? Only pull straight out. Twisting possibly leave the head and mouth parts under the skin

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That's correct. 






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