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cotton bud

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a small stick with a cotton-wool tip used for cleaning the ears, applying make-up, etc
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Market research reports titled 2015 Cotton swab Industry Report - Global and Chinese Market Scenario and World: Cotton Yarn Market Report.
If your phone has a camera and your photos have been looking blurry, you can clean its lens with a micro-fibre cloth or other wipe designed for use with camera lenses; a cotton swab moistened with distilled water can also take off stubborn grime.
Former MEP Mary Banotti said she is appalled at plans to auction off her ancestor's hair and a cotton swab used to clean the Irish patriot's corpse after he was shot.
Washington, June 29 (ANI): Painless and gentle probing of a wound with a dry cotton swab after surgery dramatically reduces infections in post-operative incision sites, according to a new research.
Falu has established its leading position in the last 45 years in both lines of business: cotton swab machines as well as cotton pad machines and has customers all over the world in more than 100 countries.
Or you could also try this: Mix equal amounts of milk of magnesia and diphenhydramine (Benadryl) and use a cotton swab to dab on just enough to cover the sore.
An inexpensive alternative to the bleach pen is a cotton swab and a small container of liquid bleach, although this is not recommended for those who cannot handle it safely.
Have students dip one end of a cotton swab carefully into the bleach solution and then draw the dinosaur's bones on the black paper silhouette.
Apply darker lipstick hues with awide lip-brush, then blend the edges with a cotton swab to avoid a harsh look.
It is conducted with a reagent that chemically reacts with the cotton swab.
Seeking to both celebrate its 100th anniversary and attract new customers to the cotton swab segment, Sentinel Consumer Products is releasing the International Collection, featuring 300- and 500-count packages of cotton swabs.
Adding a bit of diluted vinegar causes the gel to revert to a liquid that can be gently wiped away with a cotton swab.