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    • Helen Boberek

      Boy, did that stuff BURN and it would take forever for the "orange" to fade off from your boo boo....in summertime, we stayed OUTSIDE all day & half the night = lots of bug bites & booboos...after bathtime, they all got "painted"

    • Mary E. Smith

      Mercurochrome, our Neosporin if you were a kid in the 60's or 70's It Burned!!!! We called it Monkey blood!

    • Carmen Price-Bullock

      Mercurochrome, our Neosporin if you were a kid in the 70's! I remember this! It's still in my parent's medicine cabinet LOL!!!

    • Kim McKee

      Mercurochrome, if you were a kid in the 70's, you know what this is. We also called it Monkey blood- ha ha

    • Belle Starr

      This is still around if you look for it. Put on all our boo-boos. My mon called it 'monkey blood'.

    • Marilyn Murphy

      Growing up going barefoot, this was the go-to in the medicine cabinet. aka: monkey blood.

    • Tori Runge

      Mercurochrome, our Neosporin if you were a kid in the 70's! I remember this! Monkey blood

    • Martha Hupp

      Just had to pin this to My Memory Lane; I had totally forgotten about Mercurochrome!

    • Betty Mayfield

      Childhood memories....My dad would paint it on in a picture, to make it better. :)

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