Personal hygeine question

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  1. fatdaddypreacher

    fatdaddypreacher V.I.P. Member

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    now that i have your attention....what is the best way to get the lacquer thinner/paint smell off of your hands. i've tried everything i could think of, and don't ever remember this being discussed or answered anywhere. any tips?
     
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    LeftyF2003 Premium Member

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    Try Goop auto hand cleaner. That stuff can get most anything off. Afterwords use some good hand cream as it will dry your hands out.
     
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    jkes01 Senior Member

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    Wear gloves :thumbs:

    Seriously, don't want those chemicals absorbing into your skin.

    Have you tried Fast Orange?
     
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    i've tried towear gloves, but can't get the rubber ones on and off. everytime i try them they tear. besides, i haven't had any side effects from the chemicals. the vision in my third eye is just as good as the other two. :) thanks guys.
     
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    +2 on the fast Orange.....That is if you prefer Oranges over lacquer smell !!!!
     
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    just bought some fast orange. seems to work fine. probably work better if use it immediately after getting done with thinner.
     
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    Leña_Costoso Senior Member

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    Besides soaking in tuna and onions?

    I just use Dawn
     
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    tried lemon juice, toothpaste, vinegar and salt, dawn. still smell it. fast orange seems to do the best....and tastes good too.
     
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    Try lightly prinkling some talcum powder in the gloves. They'll slide off and on easier
     
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    may have to try that. nice to see you around an about. haven't seen you posting i a while. hope ya'll are well.
     
  11. marksoundguitars

    marksoundguitars Chief Paint Sniffer MLP Vendor

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    Soap and water works for me. ;)
     
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    cain61 Senior Member

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    It has been awhile. Time to get back in the game for good.
     
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    I thought we were going to talk about b.o. I'm a little disappointed :(
     
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    I use toothpaste, in fact after a days work at the abattoirs I wash in toothpaste keep in mind I don't do my face and some other areas
     
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