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I went upstairs and got some toothpaste (not the gel kind) and put a quarter size dollop in my hand, then added a bit of water. Washed my hands like you normally do and the pine sap was gone - no sticky!
By Jenny in KY
By C.M . Mang
This is a handy tip I learned while cleaning up pine limbs after a recent ice storm. If you get pine sap on your skin you can spray a little WD40 on it and rub it gently. Then wash with soap and water and it will come off completely. I wish I had discovered this sooner as in the past it has been such a pain to finally get it all off.
By Vickie from Dawson Springs, KY
If you get sap on your hands when moving firewood or stoking the wood stove, it can be easily removed with coconut oil.
Source: My son's wife, Jodi
To remove pine tar from your hands: spray with Pam Cooking Spray or a similar product. . .