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I appreciate the advice on the insect treatment & possible culprits.
Thanks, guys.

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And just where does an American boy find some "top quality Australian Tea Tree Oil"?

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I was able to get it at a pet shop. It is also used as a skin treatment for dogs. Stuff does have a pungent and unique odor!

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And be sure to take good care of that Hornware!


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Hi I did notice on one posting where do I obtain Tea Tree Oil? Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia) is available here in Pharmacists your side of the pond Drug Stores may be?
It has been used as a topical treatment by the indigenous people of Australia for many thousands of years but it is only in the last thirty years that is has been accepted here for use on people I wonder why!!!
Any way it works exceedingly well and don’t tell the teenagers it is great for coping with Acne when they reach that time of life, we old folks want to keep it for our selves for minor skin problems. Though it does sting like Iodine in cuts so it must be doing you some good well that what I was told by my Mother when I was a child. Oh! The smell is distinctive but not in any way obnoxious.


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I found some in Wal-Mart in the pharmacy section where they sell the different types of vitamins,probably can be found in any of the other chain pharmacy's, cost was about $8.00 a bottle. I just finished apply some to an old "dog calling horn" made from cow horn.I know it is not from the water buffalo, but I would think it would be pretty close if not identical. I also have an old powder horn I may apply it too. I found if you rub it in with your hands the heat generated will help it soak in.

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