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    Keep Midges away with Palmolive

    I do a 4 mile countrywalk as often as I can straight after work , I come home have a quick shower to get the sweat of me,change and head out. When there is no wind the walk can be a little overrun by Midges in certain parts but for the last 3 nights I have been using this body wash in the shower and I noticed an instant difference in the lack of them swarming/following or landing on me.

    It may be that there is something in the body wash they dont like or could be there arent as many now, who knows but if you walk and get pestered a lot and see this stuff selling cheap then give it a try.

    P.s I take a cold shower aswell.

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    I don't know if they still are, but Morrisons were doing this about a week ago for only 60p!

    And incidentally, Avon's Skin So Soft range keeps midges away so well that the forces use it!

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    chryssie;5652359

    I don't know if they still are, but Morrisons were doing this about a … I don't know if they still are, but Morrisons were doing this about a week ago for only 60p!



    That explains why we have it, My OH shops there and will usually pick up the bargains.

    I never have the same Deodarant, shower gel twice

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    midges dont follow you, you hit them, not other way round, they stick because your sweaty, are you saying that they move because you now use plamolive - lol

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    sassie;5652572

    midges dont follow you, you hit them, not other way round, they stick … midges dont follow you, you hit them, not other way round, they stick because your sweaty, are you saying that they move because you now use plamolive - lol



    Man for somebody who has the internet, :roll: you sure know nothing or cant take the time to look it up, Blood sucking midges can track you from 200meteres away by the carbon dioxide in your breath and will follow/track you, land on you and feed on you if they like your taste.

    I'm not saying Palmolive is doing it but since I used it I aint been bothered, so co-inky-dink, it may well be but I will keep on using it on my walks.
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