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Full Marks Nits / headlice Removal Comb ..was £2.... now £1.00 @ asda instore & online

£1.00 @ Asda
* Full Marks Removal Comb * £1.00 Remove head lice and eggs the easy way. Removal Comb * Specifically designed to remove lice and their eggs * Closely aligned, long m… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
* Full Marks Removal Comb
* £1.00

Remove head lice and eggs the easy way.

Removal Comb

* Specifically designed to remove lice and their eggs
* Closely aligned, long metal teeth
* Easy grip handle

Worth keeping to hand now that the kids are back at school
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#1
I wrote to this firm and asked if their combs did fleas on cats. Never got a reply.
#2
This ticks all the boxes for me.
#3
Kids back at school then?
#4
Yeah - ours only back at school 1st September and already had the first letter stating that 'an incident' of headlice has been reported in the school!! Oh the joys of primary school!!!
#5
Its showing as £0.00 for me. The only trouble is I don't need any other shopping from Asda at the moment.
#6
75p in sainsburys !!!!
1 Like #7
Get your Doctor to prescribe one of these...does the best job of getting them all out:
http://www.nittygritty.co.uk/products/52/the_nitty_gritty%3Cbr%3E_nitfree_comb/;)
banned#8
Another xmas present sorted.
banned#9
Specifically designed to remove lice and their eggs


I'm dyslexic but this egg fried rice sounds delicious.
#10
The are really good.But I ended up buying one as my doctor refused to prescribe one .
love2save
Get your Doctor to prescribe one of these...does the best job of getting them all out:
http://www.nittygritty.co.uk/products/52/the_nitty_gritty%3Cbr%3E_nitfree_comb/
;)
#11
Nitty gritty is fab, only thing that really works, £10 in boots and i think i read it has a lifetime guarentee
#12
Another Nitty Gritty recommendation here, they are great, don't pay for one though!
#13
chalkysoil
I wrote to this firm and asked if their combs did fleas on cats. Never got a reply.
You would use a cat flea comb for that.
#14
Nitty Gritty is great!
Only need to use ordinary hair conditioner with it too!
Think they used parafin or something when I was a lad...
#15
Thanks for this great deal! It was featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

http://www.playpennies.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/thanks_playpennies.png

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