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Is BFI powder still available?

Is BFI powder still available?

THIS PRODUCT IS NOW DISCONTINUED, FOR POSSIBLE REPLACEMENT, CLICK HERE. Antiseptic B.F.I., 1.25 Oz. Dusting Powder, (Sold as 1/Ea) – Numark Laboratories.

What does antiseptic powder do?

General Product Description Medi Pulv Antiseptic Powder is a dry antiseptic treatment for cuts, abrasions, superficial burns and scalds. The antiseptic may also provide relief of itching due to non-poisonous bites and stings.

Is there antiseptic powder?

(povidone-iodine, 5%) Our convenient antiseptic dry powder spray helps provide infection protection against a variety of germs that can cause infection in minor cuts, scrapes and burns – all with no mess, no touching and no dripping.

Why is BFI powder so expensive?

Answer: This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer and is on the brink of extinction. The price rises as they become harder and more costly to locate.

How much does it cost to get a photo at the Australia Zoo?

Visitors may have their photo taken with the animals and can purchase professional copies from the zoo’s photo lab. In April 2019 Australia Zoo announced $8 million project ‘Camp Crocodile’. The wildlife camping experience is expected to lure over 39,000 visitors to the Sunshine Coast each year.

When was Bindi born at the Australia Zoo?

Born to Wildlife Warriors Steve and Terri Irwin, Bindi is a determined soul, destined to make a positive difference on the planet. Robert Clarence Irwin was born on December 1, 2003 and the abundance of energy he brings to Australia Zoo is contagious!

Is the Australia Zoo as big as you think?

I really thought this zoo would be amazing as it is ‘Australia zoo’ but in reality it has small enclosures and not a large range of animals. In a country as big as Australia I expected larger enclosures for the animals. There is also some animal abuse going on here. People can… Steve Irwin’s heritage zoo! Α croc disappointment.

How to get to the Beerwah Zoo in Brisbane?

Easy to get to the zoo from Brisbane’s Central station – simply take the Nambour train to Beerwah & the zoo’s free shuttle bus will pick you up & take you directly to the zoo’s entrance. The animals are well taken care of & the… More.