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Yucky, Dirty Hands

Fern Modena

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I was working with ink the other day, and got several big black ink spots on my hands. Ewww! What to do? Then I remembered...

When I used to work, I often got a gunky combination of grease and dirt on my hands. I figured the same sort of magic would work on ink, and it does.

I take liquid soap (either hand or dish soap will work) and squirt a bit on my hands. I work it into the gunky or inky spots, then wipe with paper towels. Up to this point I have not used any water (very important). The gunk should be gone. I then add water to wash away the soap residue.

It worked on the ink like a charm!

Fern
 

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I don't even know what that is...OK,. I Googled it. A darn sight more expensive than Dawn. Also, wasn't available at work.

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Blackberry picking stains.

I use lemon or lime juice to remove the stains from my hands. When I've juiced the fruit I often keep the 'skin' half in the fridge and rub my fingers and nails into it to get rid of smells (onion, garlic, fish) as well as stains.
 
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