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1.75oz. Vaseline Original Petroleum Jelly Skin Protectant

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Target.com has 1.75oz. Vaseline Original Petroleum Jelly Skin Protectant on sale for $0.99. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks flyaway55 & cd128

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Alternatively, Amazon.com also has 1.75oz. Vaseline Original Petroleum Jelly Skin Protectant on sale 2 for $1.98 (must purchase a minimum order quantity of 2). Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

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Amazon offer $0.99 Vaseline Petroleum Jelly, Original, 1.75 oz @ Amazon

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when coating battery with this, it should last for months, until you have enough water splashing on and wash the jelly material away

adding it on top of the terminal once cable already plugged in is totally safe
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Thanks. I wish all those cheap things can be picked up in store.
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Curious and serious Q: besides for anything sexual, what else do folks use petroleum jelly for? I've read articles about other uses but I'm more interested to hear it first-hand Smilie
Besides anything sexual, I mostly use it for any sort of skin rash or chapped lips, that kind of thing. Probably the most surprising use I have for it is to help make seals work a bit easier/better. For example, I use it when I replace the hose washers each spring so they don't leak. I use it on the o-rings in my pressure washer so they seal better. I have a beer refrigerator for growlers that use CO2 cylinders. Every new CO2 cylinder leaks out unless I coat the neck & o-ring with it. It's amazing the difference this stuff makes. (and it's good for things sexual too Big Grin )
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Don't use it for battery terminals, it has a low melting point so under a car's hood is problematic. If you go to an auto store they actually sell specific product for battery terminals.
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Most heavy duty creams use petroleum jelly as a base. I use it on my cracked feet that become painful very quickly. A couple of times helps a lot. Regular use to keep cracked feet away. I also use it on any and all cuts and bruises, especially major ones - it helps prevent scarring and also very quickly gets rid of pain.
Have you ever tried Burt's foot creme?
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Yes, 1.75 oz. is really small. Walmart has 2.5 oz. tube in baby section for around $1.25. A little easier to use than the tub.
A tube is going to stay more sanitary too.

Also I'm sure dollar tree has petroleum jelly.
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A tube is going to stay more sanitary too.

Also I'm sure dollar tree has petroleum jelly.
That's what I like about the tube...way more sanitary but way more expensive than the big tub that only costs $1.97.

Not sure about Dollar Tree but, to me, it's a ripoff to pay for Vaseline brand. Has to be all the same stuff.
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Have you ever tried Burt's foot creme?
Its primary ingredient is glycerin. I am allergic to one if its components- not sure which one. Off the shelf heavy duty lotions and creams generally have glycrin as a primary ingredient, but they dont do anything for me because the glycerin is too diluted. I have a genetic condition that results in ultra dry, cracked skin regardless of the kind of oil and quantity I use. I have to use less diluted food grade glycerin on my body to manage my condition. Otherwise I'd need a lifetime supply of very expensive prescription creams. I apply glycerin to my feet but it's still not enough, so I use vaseline.
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Its primary ingredient is glycerin. I am allergic to one if its components- not sure which one. Off the shelf heavy duty lotions and creams generally have glycrin as a primary ingredient, but they dont do anything for me because the glycerin is too diluted. I have a genetic condition that results in ultra dry, cracked skin regardless of the kind of oil and quantity I use. I have to use less diluted food grade glycerin on my body to manage my condition. Otherwise I'd need a lifetime supply of very expensive prescription creams. I apply glycerin to my feet but it's still not enough, so I use vaseline.
I bought the Burt's creme this winter but I'm not sure it works any better than PJ. That's why I was wondering what you thought. And it's expensive. It also burns for awhile when it gets in the cracks on my feet. It does smell good though.
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I bought the Burt's creme this winter but I'm not sure it works any better than PJ. That's why I was wondering what you thought. And it's expensive. It also burns for awhile when it gets in the cracks on my feet. It does smell good though.
for cracked feet, pj is better. it does not burn/hurt at all. It actually relieves pain within a few mins. I've used it for cuts, bruises, and 3rd degree burns (from experience)
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