Grease and oil make cleaning hands after a mechanical project a challenge. This guide is about homemade mechanic's hand cleaner.
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I'm posting a simple, economical, and very effective formula for mechanic's hand cleaner.
Mix about a tablespoon of washing up liquid, (or what Americans call "dish soap"), such as "Dawn", and a tablespoon of corn meal, or grits". Add just enough water to make it "useable". Exact proportions are not crucial.
Smashing good results. :O)
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Here are questions related to Homemade Mechanic's Hand Cleaner.
How can I make hand cleaner, the grit type for grease and grime? I want to make it for resale purposes.
By Sharon C.04/05/2014
Find a recipe you likr for liquid soap online, they are several, and then just add 1/4 cup powdered pumice to each gallon. To can buy the powdered pumice from many online soap making suppliers.
I would like to know how to make a hand cleaning cream or gel to remove oil and grease, suitable for a motor mechanics workshop. What ingredients and quantities of each?
By ROCCO from Howick, South Africa