Removing Pine Pitch from Skin

Removing Pine Pitch from Skin

Here is a simple tried and true tip for removing nasty pine pitch without harsh chemicals and leaves your skin silky soft in the process! Read More: Article: Removing Pine Pitch from Skin

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    Default Article: Removing Pine Pitch from Skin

    Here is a simple tried and true tip for removing nasty pine pitch without harsh chemicals and leaves your skin silky soft in the process!

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    I like your method much better. I used to use nail polish remover to get it off!! Stuff is very nasty.

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    Ouch, Nail polish remover is pretty abrasive to skin, I think you'll like this method a bit more.

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    I have used rubbing alcohol and it works. Use cotton ball and rubbing alcohol and apply to area, wash and rinse.
    Will try this too if my hands get a lot on them.
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    When we go camping, all we use is hand sanitizer. Just squirt a decent amount on your hands, rub together real well, and voila! It's all gone!

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    Great to know... I have pine trees in my yard and hate the mess.

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    I keep hand sanitizer at our hunting cabin. Takes it right off effortlessly.

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    I would prefer the olive oil over hand sanitizer anyday. Alcohol is bad for your skin in large amounts.

 

 

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