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Old 06-07-2005, 11:09 PM   #1
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Cleaning Your needles
I'm not sure if this topic has been addressed. I did a search for cleaning needles but came up with so many kits for both words I don't have the patience to weed through them all. :thinking:
I know that bamboo needles develop a "patina" in time, and I am careful to make sure I have clean hands when I knit. However, I do have hand eczema/dermatitis and have to use some sort of hand cream so I don't go mad from dry itchy fingers. Sooo, how would one safely "clean" wooden needles without damaging the finish?
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