surgical spirit


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surgical spirit

methylated spirit containing small amounts of oil of wintergreen and castor oil: used medically for sterilizing
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en scrub with alcohol, such as surgical spirit, making sure it is completely dry before the cat is allowed access again.
In a similar vein to the plot of McAuliffe's Edinburgh play, and by her own admission, the actress, well loved for her role in TV comedy Surgical Spirit, had an enjoyable weekend waiting for the Queen herself.
The old-fashioned way of treating mould is with white spirit or surgical spirit or a mixture of two parts water to one part bleach.
The Lady in the Van is the first time in 14 years that the actress, who made her name as the abrasive surgeon Sheila Sabatini in TV's Surgical Spirit, has performed in Liverpool.
Most experts suggest a 50/50 preparation of surgical spirit and distilled water on a soft cloth, not a paper towel.
Garden returned to his medical roots, presenting the BBC's Body Matters and writing sitcoms such as Surgical Spirit.
I have been in the gym for four months and have been putting surgical spirit on my feet for two weeks now.
It seems the unnamed Dane was having a mole on his bottom removed with an electric knife when his bum burp ignited a spark which made his rude bits, which had been washed with surgical spirit, catch fire.
All around me were people in hospital gowns and the place smelt of surgical spirit and urine.
There have been plenty of medical sitcoms over the years, from the Doctor on the Go series in the 1970s to Surgical Spirit a decade later.
49156 Surgical Spirit One Litre Or 5 Litres Unit - 5 Terms And Conditions Copy Enclosed