Talk:Jeyes Fluid

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Outdoor use or personal hygiene?[edit]

The intro says it's for outdoor use, but then it says it was licensed to a load of brands that are mostly known for personal hygiene products, and further down it says doctors used to bath people in it.

Can someone fix this, or if it's all correct then please add an explanation. (Maybe it was in baths in 1888, in personal hygiene products in 1988, and only in outdoor use nowadays?) Gronky (talk) 18:27, 12 February 2014 (UTC)

I've changed t to what I'm pretty sure it actually meant to say - "external use only" - i.e., not to be swallowed or used on cuts. Grutness...wha? 08:32, 2 December 2017 (UTC)

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