Getting sand off the feet
December 27, 2015 4:58am CST
I like to walk barefoot on the beach. The part I hate is the washing up. It is extremely hard to get the sand off the feet. Somehow or other I manage to get some sand into the shoes, and bring it home. I just learn that the best way to get the sand off is by using baby powder. I wonder why nobody tells me about it. I could have spent many weekends at the beach.
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27 Dec 15
I live by the beach, actually lots of beaches are within miles and although I do love visiting the beach - I hate getting sand off my feet also! And worse thing is since Southern California is in a drought, the county beaches turned off the water so we can't use water to clean our feet.. we have to supply our own water. I never knew baby powder can help remove sand easily - thanks for the tip!
28 Dec 15
I think you can try it and inform us of the result. This is something that I have read online but not actually try it. I hope that the drought in California will end soon. I read that the fire has destroyed lots of forest, and homes.
27 Dec 15
I live in an island, and yet I do not go to the beaches in my own country. I hate to see the ships, tankers, and other seagoing vessels when I go to a beach. Somehow it spoils the mood and make you worry about the pollution. I go to beaches in the neighboring countries.
30 Dec 15
@scheng1 We usually just put a bottle of water in the car, wash the feet, wipe them with towels, and barefoot in the car with stepping on some newspapers. The children are fine with this, as they are always walking barefoot in the front yard, and even to the park. My children do not use baby powder, so I don't think I will try this out. I will let others know about it, when they need to seek for a way, as I know many children are using baby powder. This might be helpful for them.