pumice stone


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pumice stone

[′pəm·əs ‚stōn]
(geology)

pumice stone

A solid block of pumice; used to polish or rub painted or varnished surfaces.
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As she mercilessly took a pumice stone to her heel, one of the women told us how she hated the word "pampering".
Hard skin and callouses can be removed with a pumice stone or foot file.
TRY: Butter Foot File, pounds 5 or Ms Pedicure Pumice Stone, pounds 4.
TO give shiny suits a new lease of life, rub the cloth lightly with a pumice stone and then brush well along the grain with a stiff clothes brush.
Remove hard skin gently using a pumice stone or special foot file.
Hard skin can be treated by soaking feet in warm salty water and rubbing the area gently with a pumice stone.
She added: "You should always dry between your toes thoroughly to help ward off fungal infections and keep down any hard skin by rubbing with a pumice stone.
Soaking them in warm, soapy water for 10 minutes, then using a pumice stone to slough away the hard skin, will ensure smoother skin.
Then they (or their parents) removed the tape, soaked the area in water and used an emery board or pumice stone to scrape the spot.