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Feet First

Feet First Buffing Pad

Smooth away dry, rough skin and calluses. Sanitizable and durable. Large reusable buffing surface.
$2.95
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Overview

Overview

Smooth away dry, rough skin and calluses. Sanitizable and durable. Large reusable buffing surface.

Features

  • Easily removes unsightly corns, calluses, rough or dry skin, grease, tar, grime, stains, paint, glue, ink, tree sap, etc.
  • Completely safe for all skin types. The number one doctor rated. No cutting, no abrasion.
  • Not a stone, not a blade.
  • Easy-to-use. Buff quickly with soap and water. No pre-soaking.
  • Multipurpose. For general foot maintenance or professional pedicure.
  • Cost effective. Sanitizable, long lasting surface, retains coarseness.

Directions

  1. Always use Feet First Buffing Pad with soap and water.
  2. Use in the tub, shower, or basin when skin is soaked and softened.
  3. Wet Feet First Buffing Pad with water. Rub on bar of soap or use liquid soap. Rub back and forth on heels or corns or calluses.
  4. On heavy build up on heels, corns or calluses, use 3 to 5 consecutive days, removing small amounts each day. (To prevent soreness, do not remove a heavy callus, corn or heel build-up all at one time.) Then use once a week to maintain comfort.
  5. Feet First Buffing Pad may be used on hands, for removing grease, grime, stain, paint, glue, ink, tree sap, etc. If calluses are needed for protection in work or sports, only the top layer need be removed to clean the hands or feet and remove roughness.

Brand: Feet First
Folica SKU: P8572
Weight: 0.2 lb
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Most Helpful Reviews

A Godsend!

I love this little buffing pad! While I use it year round, it is invaluable during the warm months. I live in a city bustling with cars and buses. The soot and dirt that sticks to your feet after walk… Read More

from Philadelphia - May 5, 2004
6 out of 6 shoppers thought this review was helpful.

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Pad Disnfecting Instructions

what would i use to disnfect the buffing pad, no instructions on the box for pad care Read More

Leslie from Topeka,ks Sep 22, 2013

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