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    Someone have a special formula for something that works well? Machine shop grime.

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    Dawn dish washing detergent and a scrub brush. Works better than any hand cleaner I've ever used but I think the scrub brush is the secret.
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    The best I have used is from my uniform supply. Aramark. Called Pro-Soy Industrial Hand Cleaner. Not cheep but good.
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    Tide powder works for me. The liquid works too.
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    We use "joe's" brand handcleaner ron and it gets anything u wanna off.tried all the diff brands even john deere cleaner and we were all gtn split fingers, i even had one split down the center.hurts like a biatch all the grit kind were thinning our fingernails.the pink joe's cleaner doesnt and works better.made in oklahoma too most bumper to bumper stores carry it and carquest
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    My uncle is still using paint thinner and lacquer thinner, for the really tough stuff he swears by MEK He just turn 73.
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    Dawn in a 5 gal bucket and wash your car.
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    I sell this stuff. A bit pricy but I have guy's hooked on it. All natural, works great, won't cause any rashes or reactions like other cleaners with solvents or citric acids can do.
    Walmart has it, otherwise, ask your Matco Tool guy if you have one.
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    When l was a wrench l used a pretreatment. Dont remember the name, was a paste came in a tub like butter. Would dry, you wouldnt know it was there. Kept your hands from drying out. The grease and grime would not stick to it. Could keep your hands almost clean with a rag. I'll get the name of it. Was awesome, kept your fingernails clean too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    Dawn dish washing detergent and a scrub brush. Works better than any hand cleaner I've ever used but I think the scrub brush is the secret.
    Lava and scrub brush will get em clean too. Same thing, the brush is half the secret.

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    The stuff is called "Man-O". Works awesome, has lanolin in it. Keeps em smooth. You have to mail order it. I coukd not find a distrubitor near me. If you are intrested pm me, l will send the information.
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    i use 20 mule team BORAX! with the wall mount rattle dispenser
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    Learn to work with gloves. Once you get used to it there is no need to subject your hands to harsh chemicals, solvents and hand cleaners. Try a bar of Dove soap and a wash-cloth. I don't know why but it pulls powdered aluminum, burned grease, powder paint, and other proprietary dirty lubricants off of the skin when I forget the the gloves. It puts pumice cleaners to shame.

    There are things like "Magic glove" that are pre treatments but they will never compare to gloves.
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