Or maybe more often than occasionally!
My greasy hands usually come courtesy of Ko-Cho-Line whenever I use it to clean my saddle.
It’s a really good leather conditioner, but it’s a pink, red goop that leaves behind oily hands. I use a cloth (that I won’t need for anything else ever again!) to apply it, but I still get it coated on my hands.
The next task is to clean those hands, because nobody likes that greasy feeling. Soap and water and a scrub brush don’t do a good job of getting that greasy film off.
All it takes is a teaspoon of sugar and a squirt of dish soap. Any dish soap should do, but I use Palmolive.
Once you’ve added dish soap to the sugar, rub your hands together.
I find my hands are very smooth after doing this. Guess Madge was right!
If you like, rub in hand lotion once you’ve dried off your clean hands.
It’s a simple cowgirl hack. Get your hands clean fast with ingredients you already have in the house.
Cheap and easy!