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[Princess Auto] Gojo Smooth $10.99 or Fast Orange With Pumice $9.99 Hand Cleaner In Store Only

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[Princess Auto] Gojo Smooth $10.99 or Fast Orange With Pumice $9.99 Hand Cleaner In Store Only

Gojo Natural Orange Smooth Hand Cleaner @ $10.99/3.78L
https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/ ... -p8144867e

Fast Orange Hand Cleaner with Pumice @9.99/4.54L
https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/ ... -p8921314e

In Store Only

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This soap is really crap if you work on cars and get your hands pretty greasy...
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Industrial mechanic here. If you're really down to save money and want to clean your hands.

Dish soap + used coffee grinds. Use scour pad as required.
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P.A. on Ages Rd in Ottawa has tubs of water-less hand cleaner (454g) "Grime Eater" for $1.88 They were near the front as you exit to pay.
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We're a big fan of Worx, wet hands and use a pea sized amount of the powder and rub, leaves your hands silky smooth and not harsh at all and I have sensitive skin.

Not the cheapest but a little goes a long way.

If you want to try it, Amazon sell a small $6 bottle good for 35 washes
Or MEC have a 1/2lb for $14 (150 washes), Staples sells 1lb for $30 (320 washes)

https://worx.ca/buy
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brando27 wrote: Industrial mechanic here. If you're really down to save money and want to clean your hands.

Dish soap + used coffee grinds. Use scour pad as required.
...leaving your paws silky smooth and soft.
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Thanks OP. I used up the jug with pumice and I bought a jug of the smooth cleaner from CT (similar formula) but the smooth cleaner doesn't clean my hands of automotive grease as well as the one with pumice. What is RFDers' experience with this smooth cleaner?

There is also the Fast Orange Hand Cleaner with pumice by Permatex as a Hot buy for $9.99/4.5L jug. It seems comparable to the Gojo.
Fast Orange Hand Cleaner SKU: 8921314
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gumby wrote: Thanks OP. I used up the jug with pumice and I bought a jug of the smooth cleaner from CT (similar formula) but the smooth cleaner doesn't clean my hands of automotive grease as well as the one with pumice. What is RFDers' experience with this smooth cleaner?

There is also the Fast Orange Hand Cleaner with pumice by Permatex as a Hot buy for $9.99/4.5L jug. It seems comparable to the Gojo.
Fast Orange Hand Cleaner SKU: 8921314
Water-less hand cleaner (the smooth stuff) needs to be used WITHOUT water. If you wet your hands first, the grease and filth will not be dissolved. It's been my go-to hand cleaner for many decades. The stuff with grit and pumice is unbelievably harsh and does not clean as well, imo. The water-less stuff has lanolin and aloe vera in it to keep your hands in good shape.
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RSole wrote: Water-less hand cleaner (the smooth stuff) needs to be used WITHOUT water. If you wet your hands first, the grease and filth will not be dissolved. It's been my go-to hand cleaner for many decades. The stuff with grit and pumice is unbelievably harsh and does not clean as well, imo. The water-less stuff has lanolin and aloe vera in it to keep your hands in good shape.
I always use the cleaner without water first and rub my hands for a minute or so until the grease has been loosened from my hands before rinsing with water. I often have to do it a second time with the Motomaster cleaner, maybe it's not as effective as the Gojo?
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brando27 wrote: Industrial mechanic here. If you're really down to save money and want to clean your hands.

Dish soap + used coffee grinds. Use scour pad as required.
Didn't know about the used coffee grinds ... but I'd imagine that you'd want to use fine grinds and not coarse grinds?Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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I'll add to the others.
The orange pumice stuff (like OP) will dry out your hands. If you like painful cracked skin, this is your stuff.
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I still have horrible memories of my mom's boyfriend smelling of this crap. Thankfully she dumped him.

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gumby wrote: Thanks OP. I used up the jug with pumice and I bought a jug of the smooth cleaner from CT (similar formula) but the smooth cleaner doesn't clean my hands of automotive grease as well as the one with pumice. What is RFDers' experience with this smooth cleaner?

There is also the Fast Orange Hand Cleaner with pumice by Permatex as a Hot buy for $9.99/4.5L jug. It seems comparable to the Gojo.
Fast Orange Hand Cleaner SKU: 8921314
I like your deal better ... great find.
I'll update the original post.
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raskal wrote: I'll add to the others.
The orange pumice stuff (like OP) will dry out your hands. If you like painful cracked skin, this is your stuff.
Every time you wash your hands it removes some of the oil from hands which makes your hand dry ... that's why they invented hand lotion.
Products like these contain different skin conditioners such as aloe, lanolin, glycerin, jojoba etc.
Definitely less harsh than hand sanitizer.

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