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Old 08-25-2009, 09:23 PM
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Found My Hand Kind Scrub!!

The guys that thought I was creatively advertising are really going to be suspicious now! I found the cleaner and also talked to the guy that dropped it off to us. As someone here said, he came back to the shop. He lives in my town here in CT. Very knowledgeable guy.

I said I would post some info but, if it is out of line, please let me know.

This is, as I guessed, a new product and Scott, the guy that developed it has been pummeled by the response so he hasn't been able to get the website fully functional. He developed it for the military for welders (they have a big problem with lead on the skin) and the cleaning ability was an unintended bonus. I told him that bonus was going to make him rich!! I told him to post some info but he said if it is not an advertising site it wouldn't be cool. He isn't some bathtub chemist either. He knows his stuff and is selling to Whole Foods, some NAPA stores, and some Ace Hardware stores here in CT. But to keep it short this stuff really works incredible. It cleans a lot with just a very small amount of product and no other product ever made my hands feel that good. Really helped my skin and one of our guys hands were really bad and it healed it pretty quick. It is definitely worth a try.

Scott said the website, www.kindchemical.com, will be up by this weekend for info and ordering but he gave me an email address if anyone wants info, hkinfo@kindchemical.com and give a response address. We bought a case and he did give a discount. The full price was $18.00 a bottle and we got a case price for $16.00 each.

There's my input. Good stuff and I always share!

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Old 08-25-2009, 09:28 PM
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Thanks. When the website is functional, we can add it to the wiki article on hand cleaners.

Anyone associated with the business is more than welcome to post here, or in the wiki. Our official Business posting guidelines are here, and do indeed limit business-related posting.
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Well glad you found it , Now we all have to try some when it gets to where we can buy some. Cole
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Hymmm,I knew it ....your a genious.....Want a job selling used cars? You made my day air flow, welcome to hotrodders you a machinist? or add man ?LOL,Mike,from augusta
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Hymmm,I knew it ....your a genious.....Want a job selling used cars? You made my day air flow, welcome to hotrodders you a machinist? or add man ?LOL,Mike,from augusta
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you a machinist? or add man ?LOL,Mike,from augusta
Nope...I am a genius hand soap maker named Scott ....actually I am a safety guy for a steel duct fab shop. Name is Scott coincidentally, from Hartford. you guys in this forum are pretty funny.
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Nope...I am a genius hand soap maker named Scott ....actually I am a safety guy for a steel duct fab shop. Name is Scott coincidentally, from Hartford. you guys in this forum are pretty funny.
dare you ahh wetchid watchit.. happy berfday ,you waskiwe wabbit chew......na you an ode faat two.... dont beweave em ,he's whying, he sewed woad wonner ta whywe coyote I got familily in danburry and new milford conn.

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That hand cleaner that poncho suggested, http://www.handscrub.com/, sounded so good that I ordered a 64 oz tub. According to its' description, it's the best thing since sliced bread. I wonder how much better the Hand Kind Scrub can be.
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Well let us know what you think of it... it does sound interesting.
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I just received the order of "Super Tough Hand Scrub" which I tried on clean hands.
The plastic abrasive is a lot bigger than I was expecting.
Since it isn't solvent based, it does rinse off completely, leaving my hands squeaky clean.
I'll be replacing the strut on my car later tonight, so I'll give it a good try out on greasy hands.

Update:
I tried it some more on very greasy hands, and it cleaned very well. I highly recommend it. My first impression is that the plastic abrasive is very coarse, but it isn't rough on the skin. It helps clean off the grease. The advertisement for it says that it uses expensive fragrance, but I can hardly smell it.
I'm perfectly happy with the Tarkelp from Harbor freight, but for something different, I'm glad I bought the "Super Tough Hand Scrub".

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