elaine diamond (Unregistered Guest)
Posted From: pool-70-104-142-34.nycmny.fios.verizon.net
|Posted on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 - 05:36 pm: ||
My fingerprints were not readable recently and I am wondering if either of these can affect the finger pads: 1) daily piano playing 2) peripheral neuropathy 3) age. Will the "hot sauce" solution
work for all of these (if it works at all)?
Ernest D. Hamm (Ernie)
Post Number: 2
|Posted on Thursday, December 03, 2009 - 04:37 pm: ||
This technique was presented at a class presented at the FL/GA IAI conference by an FBI instructor. It was recommended that ‘hot sauce’ could be applied to difficult fingers and then the fingers massaged to increase blood flow which would improve the finger surface, the sauce removed and there could be an improved record print. The person was seeking some additional information as they, and many others contacted, had not heard of this application.
Following up on my own inquiry, I broached the subject with a colleague on the supplied premise that hot peppers in hot sauce assisted in conditioning the skin for better print quality. He suggested that the 'culprit' could be capsaicin, an active ingredient found in peppers. A quick internet search turned up that some anti-aging wrinkle creams have capsaicin to improve skin condition. One comment is that it "opens up the pores" and will "stimulate the skin to produce its own collagen...(which) firms up the skin, makng it less saggy...". Sounds like that could improve skin quality for recording purposes.
Andrew Reitnauer (Areitnau)
Post Number: 20
|Posted on Thursday, December 03, 2009 - 10:05 am: ||
2 quick suggestions, 1. Try to avoid doing any work for several days that would wear down your skin. Damaging the skin through handling rough items (such as brick, stone, wood, etc) can wear down your fingerprints. After a little time, they will grow back. 2. Before taking your fingerprints, apply some hand lotion to your fingers, when the skin absorbs the lotion, your fingerprints should become more prominent.
Diego R. (Unregistered Guest)
Posted From: 76-232-199-66.lightspeed.irvnca.sbcglobal.net
|Posted on Tuesday, December 01, 2009 - 01:44 pm: ||
I have taken my fingerprints but they weren't accepted because my fingerprints appear worn out/damaged. Is there a way for me to rejuvenate my fingerprints before I try to retake them?
kevin foreman (Healthking)
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Friday, December 19, 2008 - 09:51 am: ||
Are there any groups of people or ethnic minorities that do not have normal finger prints