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Old 11-10-2013, 06:52 PM
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Old 11-21-2013, 10:08 PM
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I don't see it. I'll run by the old shop next week and see if the new tennant kept the stuff and report back.
Finally got by there. They had remodeled the restroom and tossed the hand cleaner. I would have taken it with me, but it would have left a big hole in the wall I would have had to repair to get my security deposir back. In hindsight, I should have done that.
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Old 11-21-2013, 10:53 PM
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5-Star Xtreme anti-bacterial hand cleaner is the best I've found.
It's a lavender color (that's "light purple" in man-speak)
has grit, and smells like bubble gum.

I guess it would be intended for a "bodyshop" market, as are most other 5-Star products.

Try this:
Just get some red paint on your hands, then try to clean that up with laquer thinner. You'll see red pigment in EVERY nook, crack, and cranny ... and your hands will be *so* dry.

Now get some of this hand cleaner out. ALL of the pigment comes right up with very little effort, it rinses right off, and you hands look, feel, and smell great!

Diesel engine oil is also nasty like that. VERY hard to get your hands clean with most hand cleaners and soaps. No problem with this stuff!

It's not usually stocked in NAPA stores, but it is in ours.
Yup, it's great stuff for us "lily-white partsman hands" types ...
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I like the fast orange stuff.
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