wet wash

wet′ wash`


n.
laundry that has been washed but not dried.
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Clean your skin (some women report to me that they don't use the Purifying Cleanser in the morning and just use a wet wash cloth--you decide), apply the Day Creme all over your face.
They sat me up in a chair and gave me a wet wash cloth and went on with the party.
* Wipe your child's gums with a wet wash cloth or a clean gauze pad after feeding.
The night before, stash a wet wash cloth sprinkled with a few drops of eucalyptus in a Tupperware in the fridge.
Having been a patient recently I was never offered a wet wash cloth in the morning before breakfast or a set-up for brushing my teeth; And a wash cloth in the evening with a back rub--No Way.
The brand also released the TENA Wet Wash Glove in Europe, which combines comfort and convenience for daily full body cleansing without soap and water," she says.
"As long as the hair gets washed at least once a week, a dry shampoo that brushes out of the hair can replace a wet wash," she says.
REMOVE OLD VENEER If you have a veneer top that you want to remove and replace, you can use a wet wash cloth and a hot iron.
"The way to resolve the problem is not to have little barriers in each town, but to have a wet wash land scheme at the source of the River Severn, across the border in Wales, which would flood a large piece of agricultural land, which would become a marsh in the summer, encouraging wildlife, and a lake in winter."
By the time it was destroyed by fire on a recent morning, a building on Short Street between Granite and Prospect streets was a garage, the last part of a structure that once housed Webster Wet Wash or Leo Lucier's Laundry.