heygeorgie wrote:OK, boys, I've got two and a half words for you: make-up remover.
Ella Bache Demaquillant Yeux et Levres (eye and lip cleanser) is absolutely perfect.
Well, I figured if it can remove waterproof mascara without any scrubbing and without irritating my eyes, it's gotta be good for chain-grease, right? Right.
But, this one is rather expensive at something like $30 or $40 for a little weeny 40ml pot. However the good side is that you only need the tiniest amount, like about 1/8 of a teaspoon to take off a nice big imprint of your chain ring on your calf (not that I am ever that clumsy... )
Anyhoo, I reckon if you play around with make up removers, you'll find one that's a lot cheaper and just as effective. Remember, mechanics might need to remove grease from their hands, but women need to remove it from their eyes and faces, so I reckon they're the ones who are going to have the highest quality products.
Pete wrote:Solvol soap
"WASH your hands, Jeffrey. With the Solvol, Jeffrey."
Madrider wrote:Latex? gloves (the blue oil & solvent resistant ones) are always in the bike tool box, probably keeps about 95% of your hands clean. About $3-$4 from supermarket for a box of 20?
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