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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by FYS777, Sep 17, 2009.
do i need an applicators license to apply fungicide to the fungus on my toenails????
No, only if you are applying it to someone elses toenails for profit.
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do your own research...
drift is the real issue here
Not if you're applying it to your own toes (instead of applying it to someone else's toes for profit), but you still need to stay off of those toes for 24 hours after application, and set out warning flags.
Do I still need an applicators license if it is an ORGANIC toe fungus control?
does all this meen that i have to wear sandles and flags so everyone can see my toes.ugh
I think some of those cocktail umbrellas printed up with a "catchy" slogan would do a better job of posting and would be sure to inform people of your new found market niche...
After a few cocktails, nobody's gunna notice anyways.
A can of Krylon spray paint solves the prob instantly. Plus, you can pick your color of choice. And if you want a professional look, use masking tape to eliminate overspray.
As a child, I would chew on my toenails.
Now I have foot and mouth disease.