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Hand Soap

by Masters

Non-abrasive. Removes most paint, spots and stains from clothes, hands, carpeting, and upholstery. Use on your hands as you would ordinary hand soap.

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Hand Soap

by Masters

Average User Rating: Based on (8 Reviews)

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katlyn G. from Phoenix, AZ says:

I love this soap. My hands are always covered with paint (as are my arms) after I finish a painting and regular soap is a pain to get the dried paint off. General's is an amazing brand. I'd recommend...[more]

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Rated by: katlyn G. in Phoenix, AZ
I love this soap. My hands are always covered with paint (as are my arms) after I finish a painting and regular soap is a pain to get the dried paint off. General's is an amazing brand. I'd recommend the hand soap and the paint brush cleaner to anyone. I have multiples of both.
Rated by: Melissa C. in Lafayette, LA
This is the best soap. I even use it to clean my brushes. It works great.
Rated by: Katie G. in Dallas, TX
This soap leaves my hands amazingly clean after a day with oil paints AND it smells yummy! What more could you want?
Rated by: Catherine S. in The Woodlands, TX
I have used this soap on my brushes. It works great!!
Rated by: Michael L. in Atascadero,, CA
Great product
Rated by: Bonnie G. M. in Port Townsend, WA
This is the best soap for cleaning oil or acrylic paint off your hands. I can't believe how quickly it removes oil paint from my hands and it doesn't dry them out. Fantastic!
Rated by: Betty H. in Willcox, AZ
As good as the description says, enough so that I gave one to an artist friend. I used it on a sweatshirt after a painting session and the paint came out. Very gentle on the hands and smells good also.
Rated by: Susan B. in Cockeysville, MD
This is great hand soap for painters and other people who get grimy hands. It is also the best brush cleaner. It cleans my brushes and other painting tools perfectly. I teach childrens' classes and they can go through lots of brushes. This makes quick work of clean up.

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