Tip & How-To about Esca Tech Incorporated D-Lead D-Wipe Disposable Hand Cleaning Towels - 40 Count Canister
If you use strong hand cleaners and scrub brushes you can avoid both.
Soap will attach itself strongly to grease IF it is given a chance.
Typically people first wet their hands with water then add soap.
The water acts as a barrier to the soap to some degree.
Use any liquid dish soap. You only need a few CCs (cubic centimeters).
Apply the liquid soap to the palm of one hand and then rub your hands together
to spread the soap somewhat evenly. Then use your fingertips to work the soap into the grease for about 10 - 30 seconds per hand. The soap has now chemically bonded with the grease. Place your hands under running water while using a sponge with soft nylon mesh (usually white, not green) to remove the soap. The water will now bond to another part of the soap/dirt molecules and pull them off your hands with the help of the mesh.
This concept can be applied to bathing your body. A little soap, a lot of rub.
Frank in NC
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