To use a pumice stone to remove dead skin, calluses or corns, soak the affected area in warm, soapy water until the skin begins to soften for at least five minutes. Moisten the pumice stone, and rub it across the skin us... More »

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Uses for stone dust include forming a base for pavers, forming walkways in landscaping and for remineralization of croplands. Stone dust is a byproduct of crushing rock for other uses. Many suppliers also provide deliver... More »

The supplies required to clean a stone patio include water, dish detergent, a scrub brush and liquid ammonia. Other necessary supplies include rubber cleaning gloves, eye protection, a sponge and a broom. More »

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The simplest treatment for calluses on the feet is to soak your foot in warm water until the callus softens and to gently remove the callused skin using a pumice stone or foot file. Applying lotion between soakings helps... More »

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To soften rough heels, apply crushed aspirin to the area, and use a pumice stone to remove the dead skin. Daily care may be necessary if corns or calluses are recurring or severe. Treating rough heels requires at least a... More »

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Remove a skin tag by applying a cotton swab soaked in apple cider vinegar to the affected area for a few minutes, and then washing the area thoroughly, SkinTagsGone.com advises. No concrete scientific evidence supports t... More »

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To remove dead skin from your feet, soak them in Epsom salt, buff them with an exfoliating scrub, rub them with a pumice stone and moisturize them. This 30-minute process requires a plastic tub, water, Epsom salt, a suga... More »

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