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Sugar Scrub

Martha Stewart Living, January 2004

A spoonful of sugar helps your dirty hands come clean, especially after you take out the Christmas tree and bring its sap back in on your palms. Squeeze a dime-size amount of liquid soap on dry hands, cover it with sugar, and rub hands together. As you scrub, the mixture loosens the sap and exfoliates your hands; then it rinses right off.

 

Comments (3)

  • taranaki 19 Feb, 2012

    My mother was a great gardener and always used sugar and soap to clean her hands after being in the garden that was back in the 50ts

  • NFedco 30 Nov, 2010

    Hand sanitizer will also remove sap from clothing without staining.

  • crrem 28 Nov, 2010

    Also you can you a hand sanitizer I have a friend who works on a tree farm and swear by this. It will remove all the sap from your hands.