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Head Lice Removal

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nitnurse123 Mon 14-Dec-15 11:48:22

I'm starting up a new head lice removal service.
It is chemical and pesticide free.
First I'm conducting some market research.
Can you answer a few questions on the following link please
www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/B9PNV73

permalice Mon 14-Dec-15 12:04:01

I looked at your survey, and am a little concerned that as you have omitted the option 'I would not consider using such a service' (ideally with a 'why' text box) you are not going to get any feel for whether people would really consider it.

Also the "up to £50" might mean 'zero, because I wouldn't use' not 'I would pay £50'

Not meaning to sound critical, though I realise it does, but intending to point out what I see as a fairly crucial flaw in the market research.

GinIsTheBestChristmasSpirit Mon 14-Dec-15 12:14:44

I have a chemical and pesticide free head lice removal service. It is called a nitty gritty comb. I don't click untrustworthy links but you can note that I wouldn't touch anything new. I am perfectly happy with my comb and if I need to nuke the fuckers from orbit I use hedrin as it's tried and tested doesn't stink or irritate mine or my kids sensitive skin and it works.

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