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Removing the smell of paint from hands after painting

Unless you are the neatest painter, chances are probably good that you have gotten a good portion of paint on your hands as you went about repainting your living room or bathroom. And even when the paint is gone, your hands still have that chemically scent of paint that seems to linger for days. Fortunately, there is an easy way to remove the smell of paint off your hand.

Simply take a small bowl and fill half way with warm water. Then add a generous amount of lemon juice and swish your hands in the water and rub them vigorously together. The lemon juice will remove the paint smell from your hands.

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