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RE: [at-l] Personal Hygiene on the Trail

On 29-Jan-97 middaugh@best.REMOVE.ME.com wrote:
>Is it feasible to take a sponge bath daily (assuming I'd stay at
>shelters.). Is there enough water? Privacy?
>Thanks for any input,

Can't comment on the shelter sponge bath issue, but here's a hygiene
related question:  What do you use to put on your toothbrush?  Baking
soda?  Crest?  I'm wondering what's the most ecologically sound - Arm
and Hammer or Crest with Fluoride, tartar control stuff, etc.  I use
baking soda and eat a certs afterward to get that 'minty fresh feeling',
but I really HATE the taste of bs.  (bs=baking soda, or course! ;)

Best regards,
David DeCroix                                        finger for PGP public key
decroix@brunt.meas.ncsu.edu           Linux - The choice of the GNU generation
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