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    Senior Member Kaos!'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butcher Bob View Post
    McDonald french fries.....the mixture of oil & salt will take anything offa yer hands.
    If they'll take oil & grease offa mechanic's hands, it'll take resin offa yers.
    Huh, I would have never thought of that.
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    I can't take credit...I saw it on Tool Time.
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    Then God said, "I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food."
    Genesis 1:29

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    If you're a veggie gardener as well, try kale leaves. Just go out a pick a bunch for dinner, maybe take one or two and rub em all over your hands. Never used it for herb resin, but it does WONDERS on the oil soluble resin a long day in a tomato green house will leave all over your body
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    try using contactor soap. I am not sure if this has been mentioned but contractor soap has chunks of something in it that helps rub off the res.

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    not quite the home remedy and may have already been mentioned but stuff called "Tecnu" works wonders. it's meant for getting poison ivy toxins(?) off skin
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    Resin-X Gardeners Soap is made for this. It works great and you're not putting harsh stuff on your skin. Also works great on snips.

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    Simple Cooking oil + a good dish soap. End of story.
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    Ranks right up there with trying a Strobe light because of some crazy "the plant only absorbs light in phases" theory...

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    dish soap + hard scrubbing = non oily hands
    Buler?...Buler?...Buler?

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    olive oil, rub around
    lil hand soap also, rub together
    rinse



    get back to work
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    I use rubbing alcohol

 

 

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