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Craft Uses for Shaving Cream

Shaving cream has its place in the craft supply cabinet. This is a guide about craft uses for shaving cream.


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June 13, 2008

My Dad, is on a genealogy kick. He's been going to a lot of old cemeteries, documenting old dates and info for births, deaths, marriages, number of children, etc. One problem he kept having was the dates not coming through on his camera, since the older tombstones turn dark with dirt, mold, etc. Now he carries a can of spray foam men's shaving cream with him, just for this very purpose. He'll spray it on the tombstone, smears it into the crevices of the wording and then wipes off the excess. Thus, leaving all the info he's in need of clear for the reading, which appears nicely in the photographs.


Source: Not sure where Dad got this info, but it works beautifully for him. Hope this can help others checking into their ancestry roots, too!

By Terri from NV

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September 18, 20080 found this helpful


They have a whole set of pamphlets for the education on tombstone preservation.

Cleaning A Gravestone

http://www.savi  elf/cleaning.htm

How to do Gravestone Rubbings:

http://www.savi  int/rubbings.htm

Photographing Gravestones: A Few Basic Pointers by Trina Purcell

http://www.root  _gravestones.htm

Tips for Photographing Gravestones, By Maureen Taylor

http://www.gene  tones_print.html

Suggestions for Your Cemetery Restoration and Stone Repair Toolbox

http://www.root  pairtoolbox.html

http://www.thef  m/cemetery1.html

http://www.bits  com/july2004.htm

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June 23, 2008

Fun recipes for kids, GREAT babysitting idea! You will need:

Take the body wash and dump it in your bottle. Then take the shaving cream and fill up about 3/4. Fill ALMOST to the top with perfume. THEN SHAKE! Shake harder and harder for a couple of minutes then go outside (or to a sink) and pull off your cap! First you'll hear a "pop" sound from the air pressure being released and then the "lava" will come pouring out! Fun!

Source: Myself: I made it by accident by trying to make a scented perfume.

By Elli

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June 23, 20080 found this helpful

You should NEVER teach kids to mix things together like that.

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