[Histonet] Tween charge
JWEEMS <@t> sjha.org
Thu Apr 14 10:11:37 CDT 2005
To my knowledge there is no way to charge for anything other than decal.
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Subject: [Histonet] Tween charge
Does anyone know of the "charge" that should be used for softening toe or
fingernails to prepare for processing? Could a decal charge be safely used?
It seems to me that with taking the time and the solutions involved, there
should be some sort of charge incurred. Any thoughts and thanks much!!
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