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Over the years at times I have used

Rose oil and glycerine (early years 70-80's$

Sort quick


This was done on a short period basis, not every day of the year.
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Sorry it took so long to get back on here. I started using lotion at night and couldn't cp very well the next day. It's because there was still oil on my hanods from the night before. Thanks for all the replies,this is a great community. Also I always thought it would be harder to cp with sweaty palms. Now I'll have to try
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On Mar 17, 2015, Kyoki_Sanitys_Eclipse wrote:
Sorry it took so long to get back on here. I started using lotion at night and couldn't cp very well the next day. It's because there was still oil on my hanods from the night before. Thanks for all the replies,this is a great community. Also I always thought it would be harder to cp with sweaty palms. Now I'll have to try


It depends on how sweaty they are. If your hands sweat as bad as mine can at times. It is not easy and is just as bad as having too dry of hands. My hands don't sweat as often as they used to but they still do right now my hands are sweaty and I'm not doing anything more than typing this post. What trigger's it I don't know If I had to palm a coin right now even a U.S. Dollar sized one I would have to have to dry may hands off. I need to anyway but just using that as an example. My hands aren't dripping wet right not but too wet to palm a coin. If was was to palm a playing card it would warp.
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My hands have run the gamut,from sweaty to dry.I couldn't handle cards or coins proficiently.I started using Nivea hand lotion after showering and it worked well for both problems.I then started using Lubriderm on the advice of a friend who is a tattoo artist.I have tried everything under the sun including Gorilla Snot and hand chalk.Lubriderm after showering works for me.I think you have to experiment and find what works best for you and try to avoid the quick fix.(Gorilla Snot was a nightmare)Just remember if it was easy and everything was laid out before you everyone would be doing it!

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You guys all have it easy, try living in a country that's hot and humid for eleven months a year. If I don't perform in an air conditioned room, it takes exactly 10 seconds before my coins are too wet to work with.
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On Mar 28, 2015, daniel116 wrote:

[T]ry living in a country that's hot and humid for eleven months a year.


What country is that?
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I work in a hospital and between frequent washings and dozens of applications of Purell, you're talking dry. For me, Golden Touch works best. J.C. Wagner also used it.
Fr. Cyp used Corn Huskers, but I found that cards got dirty a little quicker.
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Golden touch works well with cards and coins.
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On Mar 13, 2015, J-Mac wrote:

Michael Skinner.....Used "Skinner's Edge Crème", made by SortKwik and originally called "Paper Crème"; carried it in his sock and used it religiously


Jim


What Michael used was Lee Papercreme made by Lee products. Sortkwick is also made by Lee. Sortkwik is not the name of the company. Lee Paper Creme and Sorkwik are also not the same product by the way.
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