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    Recommended a hand cleaner

    Had a fair bit of dirty car repairs to do the last 2 days and am sick of not being able to remove all the grease/brake dust/oils and stuff from my hands/arms afterwards. I did have some el-cheapo bottle of something that didn't work well, so bought a tub of lightning brand hand cleaner. It gets most of the grease off, but skin is still stained and looks grubby.
    So, what is it you're using to come up sparkly clean again.

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    If in doubt, boost it out Paullus's Avatar
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    I use Septone Orange Scrub. Works first time nearly every time; if my hands are really dirty then it might take a couple of goes.

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    Thanks Paullus. I'll grab some of that next time I'm there and give it a try. Will say I prefer the tub style, as that way you can get to all of it. Imagine a lot gets left in the bottle, unless it's quite runny?

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    It's fairly viscous but does squirt out enough in a single pump or squeeze of the smaller non-pump version. I do give the bottle a shake from time to time and once it gets low I can see myself shaking and pumping the bottle like an empty sauce bottle.

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    Thing to.remember when using orange scrub, no water is required or recommended when lathering, only rinsing.

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    Peva Intens is absolutely fantastic

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