Q: I can’t seem to find Blistex Lip Medex. I used to be able to buy it fairly easily. I don’t drive too often, so I can’t go looking for it. Please tell me it’s not discontinued. My chapped lips need this in the winter. Thanks. M. Lewis, Stilesboro
A: Not to worry, Blistex Lip Medex analgesic protectant — boosted with menthol and camphor — is still available. You’ll find the blue, .25-ounce tin for $1.69 at Walgreens, 6090 Lake Acworth Drive, Acworth, 770-966-1230.
Q: I am looking for Cherchies Champagne mustard. I used to buy it at both the Sandy Springs and Buckhead Whole Foods. Neither have had it available for about a month. I live in Atlanta. I hope you can help me find this product or a similar one at any retail location in Buckhead, Brookhaven, Sandy Springs, or Dunwoody. I would truly appreciate your help. Thank you. Laurie Asher, email
A: This sweet mustard, which can be used as a dip as well as a sandwich spread, contains sugar, vinegars, eggs, and mustard flour. You can find 8-ounce jars of Cherchies Champagne mustard for $8.99 at Smith Ace Hardware, 3519 Northside Parkway, Atlanta, 404-261-6000.
Q: I do not believe that Camay bar soap is made anymore. The last time I saw it was in a department store in Madrid, years ago. I haven’t seen it in 20 years, but it was always my favorite. Is it produced and sold anywhere? Stephen P. Carl, email
A: Stephen, Camay is still in production. A year ago, the brand was acquired from Procter & Gamble by Unilever, which also bought Zest soap. Procter & Gamble’s bar soap manufacturing plant in Mexico also was part of the deal. I found several varieties of Camay bar soap at Buford Highway Farmers Market, 5600 Buford Highway, Atlanta, 770-455-0770. The pink and red (classic) packages cost $1.19, while the purple is priced at $1.09.
Q: I need help in finding someone to repair a 1954 Seeburg jukebox. I have looked everywhere and cannot locate anyone. This may not be something that you can deal with, but you are my last resort. Many thanks for any help you might be able to provide. Kathy Chandler, Covington
A: Kathy, lucky you. I found someone who repairs jukeboxes, including your silver era 1954 Seeburg — and he makes house calls. Tom Grizzard of Atlanta Arcades works on jukeboxes as well as arcade games and pinball machines. Rates run $95 per hour, and note that there is a trip charge that depends on travel distance. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-592-6208. Be sure to have the model information before you call or email. Check out the website at www.atlantaarcades.com.
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