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Homenavarrow Health & Personal Care

Remove grass and gardening stains from hands

If you are an avid avid gardener, you have probably discovered that simply using soap and water usually isn't strong enough to remove grass and gardening stains from your work in the yard or garden. But those specialty gardener soaps can be pretty pricey, although they get the job done. Here is a old gardener's trick to remove the green tint from hands!

First, wash your hands with soap and water like usual. This will life off the surface gardening grime. Then wash your hands using vinegar with warm water. The vinegar acts as an agent to remove the green stains from your hands. Then wash once more with soap and water - vinegar doesn't always smell great on your hands!

You can use this tip to keep your hands looking great after gardening, without spending a cent on the expensive gardener's soap.

 



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