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Old 10-25-2013, 03:14 PM
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Old 10-25-2013, 03:42 PM
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The best I ever used day in and day out, was Zeps green hand cleaner.
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Old 10-25-2013, 04:02 PM
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I suspect this is an advertizement. Only post.....
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Old 10-25-2013, 04:05 PM
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Probably, but...I just wanted to let them know Gritty Girl Hand Cleaner does nothing for me, but make me laugh...
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Old 10-25-2013, 04:58 PM
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There was a guy on here a few years ago that was trying to get his "Hand Kind" cleaner marketed...He sent me a sample, it worked pretty well.....had walnuts in it

Wonder how he made out with it?
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:57 PM
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i like sexy ,classy girls. the gritty girls i do not play with.
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:42 PM
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stop by the house poncho, i'll give you all the walnuts you need.
they usually just turn your hands black from the tanins in the husk.
i'll call my new and improve walnut hand cleaner ''gritty squirrel''

this is one hour after i blew the driveway off

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I hear ya on that...I used to have a Black Walnut tree at my old house....Was glad when it got some disease and it died......
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Somethin I've used in a pinch that worx well is Dawn Dish Liquid w/ a small dab of washing powder mixed in for grit.
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I agree with John Long that this thread started out as an ad. But anyway, I like the ol' stand by.......GOJO..... Lots of grit with a hint of orange fragrance(lol)......
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gloves

I try to remember to use the extra heavy duty black gloves from harbor freight and sometimes wear 2 pair, double protection from scratches, etc.
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I agree with John Long that this thread started out as an ad. But anyway, I like the ol' stand by.......GOJO..... Lots of grit with a hint of orange fragrance(lol)......
When I was big into four wheeling my 77 Bronco and had to do repairs on the trail, I used to carry the smooth GOJO without the grit. It worked great and all you needed was a rag to wipe with and no water.

Now the it's either GOJO with the grit at my dads shop or LAVA soap at home. I think both work equally well.
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I use the orange grit stuff
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"Joe's" h/c works very well...
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Its funny how you can use all those wonder products and I still have dark stains in the deep old cracks in my hands and fingers no matter how hard I scrub them !!!

But if my wife makes fried chicken!!! When I'm done eating the chicken and wash up, my fingers are spotless LOL Somebody should research that LOL and add that chicken fat to a hand cleaner. Hell they could call it Chicken & Grit LOL

I use Gojo Natural Orange Pumice Heavy-Duty Hand Cleaner, it works pretty good for my hands and smells good to the wife if I use it once and awhile in the house.

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