Wonder of wonders I could find a pair of tweezers, so I looked after those pesky
Then I decided my heels were looking kind of rough. Working on your feet for 70 plus hours will do that to you I guess. So hey, for some Sunday night fun let's break out the callus grater, or pedi-egg or in my case the Revlon Pedi-Expert with it's handy catch all.
It's a cheese grater for your feet ladies. Well gents too, because there's nothing like a well groomed foot on a man.
We may not notice you tried but we sure as hell will notice if you didn't.
I'm not much on instructions since they require me to find my glasses first, so I figured what the hell I've been grating cheese for years and that's been going okay. How hard can it be?
For removing hard thick skin from your heels that little sucker rocks. Do not expect your heels to feel baby smooth though. Instead they will feel like a block of cheese looks after it's been grated. Pretty much.
Since I didn't read them I don't know if the instructions give you this hint, but whatever you do don't tip the thing upside down or you will leave a noticeable pile of heel gratings wherever you happen to be sitting.
This of course will require you to haul out your vacuum because well - Eeuw! Heel gratings!
Another little tip? When it's time to empty that handy collector bin - don't look. I did. I will never as long as I live be able to eat Parmesan cheese again.