We've all gotten those greasy, grimy hands. No matter how much water and soap you put onto them, and how long you scrub, the grease just doesn't leave. Fortunately, nature has provided a solution, and it's everywhere!
Like Gojo, but free and everywhere.
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Step 1: What You'll Need:
1. Greasy hands
2. Water. Faucets, hoses, rivers, and other flowing bodies are convenient, but not necessary.
3. Dirt. The best kind has small yet gritty particles. Dirt with more organic material wont work as well as more sandy dirt. You may have to dig deeper.
Step 2: Wet Your Hands, and Grab Some Dirt
Get some water on your hands and grab some dirt. You don't need much. Crush up any large chunks of dirt and spread it over your hands. The ideal consistency will have no dry dirt, yet won't drip all over the place. Some call this dirt and water mix "mud."
Step 3: Scrub
This is the most important step. Be sure to scrub everywhere. Hard. Twice. Don't forget about the back of your fingers and the sides. This should take a few minutes.
Step 4: Rinse
Now that you're done scrubbing, rinse off your hands in the water. You'll more then likely find you missed a few spots, so take note of their location and grab some more dirt.
Step 5: Done!
Dry and admire your newer, cleaner hands.