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Thread: I think I just wrecked my husband's recliner. Help!

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    Do you know if there are particular medications or categories of medications that cause this or are more likely to cause this? I am thinking Rogaine, or other medications that are applied to the scalp, or hormones, etc. It seems as though if it is evident that it is sometimes related to medications, that there would be some general information about which ones it is, but I can't find anything about that doing searches.

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    That's way past my pay grade.....
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    Default Re: I think I just wrecked my husband's recliner. Help!

    LOL, that is usually my line.

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    If the question about the soap is for me, we all use Ivory soap at my house and my husband uses Pert shampoo. I use Acure or Loma products, but I don't sit in his recliner (too big for me). No problem on the arms of the chair where his arms rest, just on the back of the chair where his head touches, even though his hair is never greasy.

    Attached is a picture of the recliner with the new head rest cover in place. It is nothing fancy - just a 17" x 17" square made of matching leather that lays over the back of the chair. It doesn't attach to anything, but it seems to stay in place fine by itself; with two days of use, there is no noticeable slipping or sliding.
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    Default Re: I think I just wrecked my husband's recliner. Help!

    With regard to medications, my husband is on a blood pressure med, a cholesterol med and a daily low dose aspirin. Nothing else.

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    Default Re: I think I just wrecked my husband's recliner. Help!

    Thank you! I think it looks great, and was a good option for you. I worry about myself because I am on meds for allergies and migraines, and I was hoping to be able to say "well I am not on those types of medications, so I don't have to worry", lol. Oh well, time will tell.

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