After three days of headaches I'm crossing my fingers for a better day today! Probably shouldn't spend hours late into the night squinting at my phone on social media. .. may not be helping UPDATE: for those who were wondering the bunk is an ikea kura frame and I just removed the white side panels and custom built the house frame on top. The hardest part was the hour I spent sanding it so the mini monsters don't get any splinters

After three days of headaches I'm crossing my fingers for a better day today! Probably shouldn't spend hours late into the night squinting at my phone on social media. .. may not be helping UPDATE: for those who were wondering the bunk is an ikea kura frame and I just removed the white side panels and custom built the house frame on top. The hardest part was the hour I spent sanding it so the mini monsters don't get any splinters

First aid kit and what seemed the same tin of plaster throughout my childhood. I can still smell it

First aid kit and what seemed the same tin of plaster throughout my childhood. I can still smell it

Love when the husband requests the Jao for the splinter in his finger. #jaobrand #handrefresher #usefull  #feelclean

Love when the husband requests the Jao for the splinter in his finger. #jaobrand #handrefresher #usefull #feelclean

With just four easy to assembly parts, the Sprout kids chairs snap together in a flash. They are so easy to put together that your children can help, and they disassemble again easily for storage. These wooden chairs for kids are made from 100% Baltic Birch, and have a nice simple finish to keep little fingers safe from splinters. Learn more about the children's chairs at Sprout.

Wooden Kids Table and Chairs

With just four easy to assembly parts, the Sprout kids chairs snap together in a flash. They are so easy to put together that your children can help, and they disassemble again easily for storage. These wooden chairs for kids are made from 100% Baltic Birch, and have a nice simple finish to keep little fingers safe from splinters. Learn more about the children's chairs at Sprout.

For stubborn splinters, soak your finger in a cup of warm water with a pinch of Epsom salt. The salt... - Photograph by GretaMarie/ Getty

For stubborn splinters, soak your finger in a cup of warm water with a pinch of Epsom salt. The salt... - Photograph by GretaMarie/ Getty

For stubborn splinters, soak your finger in a cup of warm water with a pinch of Epsom salt. The salt... - Photograph by GretaMarie/ Getty

For stubborn splinters, soak your finger in a cup of warm water with a pinch of Epsom salt. The salt... - Photograph by GretaMarie/ Getty

Let the kids run free in this Forest 4'x4' Wooden Playhouse! Offering great value for money, this cute wooden playhouse features a felted roof, a working door and a peeping window. It's also treated against rot for 10 years, so that your youngsters can enjoy hours of outdoor play again and again.The pencil rounded framing means that this playhouse is finger smooth to touch, so there's no need to worry about splinters either. It's ideal for compact gardens, or even as a han...

Let the kids run free in this Forest 4'x4' Wooden Playhouse! Offering great value for money, this cute wooden playhouse features a felted roof, a working door and a peeping window. It's also treated against rot for 10 years, so that your youngsters can enjoy hours of outdoor play again and again.The pencil rounded framing means that this playhouse is finger smooth to touch, so there's no need to worry about splinters either. It's ideal for compact gardens, or even as a han...

Removing a stubborn splinter from your finger or foot is never fun, especially if it involves digging into your skin with a needle or tweezers. But if you use common household or food items around the house, you can actually remove splinters from your skin very easily and quite painlessly. The next time you have a nasty run-in with old wooden furniture or your backyard fence, simply use a drop of Elmer's glue or a piece of duct tape to painlessly remove the splinter. Or use banana peels, ...

How To: 9 DIY Ways to Painlessly Remove Splinters from Your Skin

Removing a stubborn splinter from your finger or foot is never fun, especially if it involves digging into your skin with a needle or tweezers. But if you use common household or food items around the house, you can actually remove splinters from your skin very easily and quite painlessly. The next time you have a nasty run-in with old wooden furniture or your backyard fence, simply use a drop of Elmer's glue or a piece of duct tape to painlessly remove the splinter. Or use banana peels, ...

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