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Where might I find prescription safety goggles?

I'm taking a lab this semester and I wear glasses (unable to wear contacts) and I think it would be really cool to just wear the goggles and be able to see without worrying about the glasses getting in the way. I don't want the kind that you have to physically insert your glassesThank you. :)


The best way to find the best products for your hair is to try them all. That would be pretty expensive but go over to a friends house and use some of her stuff. See how it works, and just keep trying new things. Hair may work with products from this company and not that company.it's all trial and error. If I can suggest something, I would suggest you try a hot oil treatment.for a cheaper way to have great soft and silky hair with less frizzies, warm up some olive oil (regular cooking stuff) in the microwave and massage it into your hair while it is dry. Wrap it up in a warm towel from the drier and sit for an hour or so. Maybe give yourself a facial at the same time. Then get in the shower, and shampoo out all the oil (because water won't get the oil outoil and water don't mix) and then condition your hair. Viola! Beautiful silky hair. The most key thing to protecting your locks is to stay away from all heat. Yep, that means no hairdrier, no straightner, no curling iron either.It's very hard not to advert to these products but just try it for a week. Don't blow dry your hair for a week.try it. I know it's hard not to but if you stay away from things with heat such as blow driers, curling irons, straightners, etc.you will notice a HUGE change in the feel and look of your hair. It will be so much more healthy.
Remove the insid door panel ( it's not as difficult as you may think) examine the lock and find the rods that connect the key part of the lock to the lock mechanism ( called the linkage) the linkege is usually connected by nylon or plastic clips. if nylon, just pop the clip back into place and you're done. If plastic or if the nylon clip is worn you will have to get a replacement from your dealer. they are relatively cheap and it's worth it to get an exact fit part. lastly if your dealer can't locate on, check a local salvage yard for a wreck that did not have the same door damaged. (LOL)

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