Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Removing Ticks With Dish Detergent

Ticks are popular, harmful pests. Ticks broken challenging illnesses including Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. If you find ticks on your skin, use dish detergent to ease them off your skin and kill them.

How to Remove Ticks With Dish Detergent
  • Find a disposable bowl and a plastic spoon.
  • Assume the bowl with 1 cup of water.
  • Add 1 tsp. of liquid dish detergent to the bowl and stir.
  • Search for ticks on the body. Direct a head-to-toe search and pay great aid to hairlines and groin areas.
  • Locate a tick latched to the skin.
  • Stream liquid dish detergent onto a clean cotton ball until soaked. Cover the tick and the surrounding area of skin with the cotton ball and keep it against the skin for 30 seconds. Allow the tick's hold to loosen. Remove the cotton ball and find the tick stuck to the cotton ball's threads.
  • Remove the tick from the cotton ball using tweezers.
  • Fall the tick into the water with dish detergent.
  • Let the tick drown.
  • Wash skin with soap and water and wash good.
  • Use alcohol or an cleansing to the skin.

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