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Removing Lily Pollen Stains

By pardalinum
July 14, 2013

It's bound to happen. We are out in the garden enjoying our flowers, perhaps leaning in a bit to sniff the lilies or scrunching in closer for that perfect photograph. Later we find smears of lily pollen on our clothing.

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Name: Clint Brown
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clintbrown
Jul 15, 2013 11:51 AM CST
Has anyone else had an orange nose from smelling these? They could almost make tanning products out of them. LOL.
Name: Angie
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BookerC1
Jul 15, 2013 3:55 PM CST
Yes, I have! I got a dusting in my nose and cheek! I just can't resist burying my nose in them, all the same. Hilarious!

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