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    • april piccirillo

      I am just shy of 60 & have a crystal clear recollection, of my grandma using it in her ocular glass cup, for an eyewash. It works, is natural and relatively inexpensive. I rest my case.

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  3. april piccirillo

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    • Khali

      I use Chrome and I am not having any problem with the words running off the screen. They are perfectly fine. In fact, there is a very wide right-hand margin.

      Also, just want to mention that, in the past, almost all women used borax to wash their hair. I am sure if there had been a problem with it, they would have stopped

  7. Tracy

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  8. Martin

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  10. Craig B

    Substances and mixtures imported into the European Union which contain Borax are now required to be labelled with the warnings “May damage fertility” and “May damage the unborn child”. That is enough of a red flag for me to avoid using Borax as a “detergent booster”.

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