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Date Posted: 18:49:11 12/11/10 Sat
Author: Denise
Subject: Pig oil

O.K. Who out there has heard of a product called Pig Oil? I happened on a video on the internet and a girl I think from the U.K. was showing how you use it to make coats shine. I did a little research and found out that it is parrafin based and they used to use it on pigs to keep their skin soft. Now some people use it mixed with sulfur to treat scratches but they also say if you use it on feathers it keeps the mud from sticking to the feathers. Anybody out there ever heard or tried it? It seems the only place I have found to get it is in the U.K. from some man on E-Bay. Denise

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