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  • Amanda Voyce

    5- I put a big blob on then left it for a minute. Hard to tell if it worked or not but just the act of putting the magic cream on seemed to keep my son happy. I have it in the first aid kit now. Use Oragel to numb before removing splinters!

  • Susanne Harrod

    If the splinter is extremely painful, rub a bit of Baby Orajel around the affected area and wait a few minutes before trying to remove the splinter. (directions on using baking soda to remove splinter, too)

  • Colleen Barber

    2 Ways to Remove a Splinter with Baking Soda - wikiHow. Use baby Orajel to numb the area around the splinter.

  • LeighAnn Johnson

    Use Oragel to numb before removing splinters. Great for kids!

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