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Alright, I've been an inducer for quite sometime; though I do have an extremely hard time inducing. Which is odd because I am quite a sneezy person. But in all my time inducing and of all the things I've tried, only q-tips, paper clips (though not always) and from time to time, mint floss. Q-tips have been my only guarantee.

But today, my nose is very tickly and irritated, but I just can't sneeze.uhoh.gif <---- what I've looked like all day.wallbash.gif

So i've been thinking I need some new ways to induce and I've heard the idea of using make up brushes to induce.

Do they work? Tips? Any other ideas? My poor nose is so itchy.shy.gif

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Perhaps try using the tissue method, that always works for me, the only other thing i use to induce is to inhale a little dust, that always works and since i never clean there is always plenty around :D

Hope this helps :)

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Perhaps try using the tissue method, that always works for me, the only other thing i use to induce is to inhale a little dust, that always works and since i never clean there is always plenty around biggrin.png

Hope this helps smile.png

The tissue method angers me, it never works. :(

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hmmmm......then perhaps the dust method?.......or a feather? I know it's kinda cliche, but alot of people say that it works quite well.

Also, if your hair is long enough, some people use that as well.

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If not tissue then what about something a bit more solid? Like a twisted up receipt. I some times even use the ends of my hair, you'll have to wet it in your mouth of course to make a point.

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I some times even use the ends of my hair, you'll have to wet it in your mouth of course to make a point.

Actually, depending on how long your hair is, it's texture, and other factors (like how recently it's been cut), lots of time it works better if you DON'T wet it, but rather just twist it into a point. That way you get both the tissue-type effect AND the quill-feather (soft-but-sharp and individual-bits-and-a-single-point) effect. Not, of course, that I know that from personal experience. :whistle:

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Make up brushes? Challenge accepted.

Okay, I am back. It does work for me. With a painful buildup, but it still works.

And have you ever tried using your own nails? It does sound nasty, but I see no reason why would that one fail... :rolleyes:

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Make up brushes? Challenge accepted.

Okay, I am back. It does work for me. With a painful buildup, but it still works.

And have you ever tried using your own nails? It does sound nasty, but I see no reason why would that one fail... rolleyes.gif

I some times even use the ends of my hair, you'll have to wet it in your mouth of course to make a point.

Actually, depending on how long your hair is, it's texture, and other factors (like how recently it's been cut), lots of time it works better if you DON'T wet it, but rather just twist it into a point. That way you get both the tissue-type effect AND the quill-feather (soft-but-sharp and individual-bits-and-a-single-point) effect. Not, of course, that I know that from personal experience. whistling.gif

My nails? I bite them so that's probably out.

As for my hair, it's too short and probably too dead at the moment. :(

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