Thanks for the responses. I'll try it and compare it to the old stir stick.
can't beat the price. sometimes technology gets in the way of common sense.
Terry J Zwakenberg
On Jan 4, 2008 5:43 PM, doug marcum < [log in to unmask]> wrote:
I agree with Terry...I have been using straw, coffee stir stick, "click-type" ball point pen ( without ink tip deployed, just the pointed end) to push lightly through the gel, then wipe off gel and "connect the indentations/dots" I have never had any complaints about discomfort. Try it yourself on the inside of your forearm which is tender area to begin with and see how long the red circles stay. I find it unnecessary to spend on specialty product to mark through gel, then wipe off gel and connect the dots anyway???
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