I used the Hard Workin' Walnut Hand Scrub for the first time last night. I loved it. I used it on my hands and my feet, both turned out smooth. Like Butter.
I get this often for my husband who is a tool and die worker. Needless to say, the white walls always have a black handprint. He absolutely loves this scrub better than the orange hand cleaning they have at his job. Never fails to get a smile from him when he sees a new jar.
Hubby brought the Walnut Husk Hand Scrub home and left by the kitchen sink. I quickly discovered It is FANTASTIC for getting ground beef out of your rings after rolling meatballs! I know, I should have removed my rings first, however... This is working great when washing up after handling anything that leaves hands feeling not quite clean.
I got this as a x-mas gift. I am a diesel mechanic working on semi trucks. I compared this to the "professional" stuff we use in the shop. This stuff blows the "professional" hand cleaner out of the water, used it after getting home and of course after using the stuff at work, this removed even more dirt and grime from my hands.
If you got the walnut scrub as a part of a kit, we have great news for you! The walnut scrub that is on our website comes in a bigger size and also has a flip top cap! :)
I previously used the common orange hand cleaner. I used to be an auto mechanic but don’t do that any longer. Now I have soft hands and mostly just get regular dirt from the garden and such. Sometimes I do get greasy though. This stuff rocks! And it feels like it has rocks it it! I got this thinking it would be better than that petroleum based solvent stuff to put at the kitchen sink and not get yelled at by the Mrs. it works great for that. Clean dirt and soil from gardening like nothing. Normal grim and stuff from working around the house is no problem. Leaves hands clean, soft and moisturized. It doesn’t feel like you just used paint stripper on your hands. It has some sort of conditioner in it. I have not used it for super greasy and oily, car repair type hands yet, but I suspect it will do OK. I won’t wash those hands in the kitchen anyway and I can’t open the house door with filthy hands so, I will need to order another to put by the garage sink. My only complaint is there are some oversized walnut chunks in there that hurt. I let my hands go soft like a girly man so, I need more consistency in the walnut chuncks. I think I will be ordering a bunch of these to give as X-Mas gifts for the guys in my shop. I’m sure all of their wives or boyfriends will appreciate me for it.