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    A fella from Norway told me to use Rhubarb to get stains off of hands, wow it worked better than I ever imagined. I had a heck of a time trying to get pro mix stain off my hands from planting, even tried gasoline. Crushed rhubarb juice rubbed in for about two minutes left them looking spotless.

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    I wonder how it would do for removing pro-cure stain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark oathout View Post
    A fella from Norway told me to use Rhubarb to get stains off of hands, wow it worked better than I ever imagined. I had a heck of a time trying to get pro mix stain off my hands from planting, even tried gasoline. Crushed rhubarb juice rubbed in for about two minutes left them looking spotless.
    Good tip
    Will give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark oathout View Post
    A fella from Norway told me to use Rhubarb to get stains off of hands, wow it worked better than I ever imagined. I had a heck of a time trying to get pro mix stain off my hands from planting, even tried gasoline. Crushed rhubarb juice rubbed in for about two minutes left them looking spotless.

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    That is absolutely the most novel use of rhubarb I've ever heard. Someone now needs to figure out how to incorporate that feature of rhubarb into a soap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus View Post
    Thank you . . +1 . .


    That is absolutely the most novel use of rhubarb I've ever heard. Someone now needs to figure out how to incorporate that feature of rhubarb into a soap.
    shouldn't be too difficult. think back a couple years (More or less) and recall where everything was Citrus... Lemon Pledge and Orange water free hand cleaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudbuddy View Post
    Good tip
    Will give it a try
    Me Too! Although in all honesty, I think I prefer my "Pie Plant" in a pie or made into wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK6Pack View Post
    I wonder how it would do for removing pro-cure stain.
    The only thing that takes pro-cure stain off is a power sander.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR2 View Post
    The only thing that takes pro-cure stain off is a power sander.
    ...or time!

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    Did you use the leaf or the fruit to crush to get the juice to use for the hand cleaner ?

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    Crush them up and start rubbing, two or three minutes, works great

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