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[alt.backrubs] Frequently Asked Questions (FAQL), (3/5)
Section - How do I get oils?

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sure you remember to rub the oil between your hands to warm it, never pour
it directly on the person you are massaging as it is uncomfortable and
distracting.
        The file `oil.buy', in the archive (see question 5.1.2) contains
lists of places you can order ready-made oils from.  The file `oil.make'
contains information about making your own oils.
        If you are just starting out, John Cole recommends trying safflower
oil.  It is a light, odourless vegetable oil available from most grocery
stores.  Caroline Knight wrote: `I'm still using grape seed oil as my base
as recommended by someone from alt.backrubs ages ago!'  

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