Muck Daddy Hand Cleaning Products
When you work on your ATV or UTV your hands are going to get dirty. While mud and muck are easy to clean off, grease and oily messes are often too much for regular hand soaps to handle. This is where Muck Daddy comes in.
We’ve been using orange-scented hand cleaner with pumice that we buy at our local auto shop for years and even experimented with liquid laundry soap with some success. But those products can be pretty harsh on your hands. Muck Daddy offers a pair of products that are designed to clean your hands without damaging them – Hand Cleaner with Pumice and Scrubbing Wipes.
Muck Daddy says its hand cleaner, which comes in a variety of sizes, removes oil and grease without drying out hands.
“A patented grease-cutting ingredient, derived from renewably-sourced sugarcane, replaced petroleum solvents to clean quickly and effectively, but it isn’t harsh on skin and smells great,” Muck Daddy says in a release. “The advanced formula also moisturizes and conditions skin, so hands are smoother and appear less cracked.”
The scrubbing wipes boast the same grease-cutting ability, only without the pumice. Each wipe has a scrubby side and a smooth side and they can be used to clean your hands and your tools.
“Great for cleaning brake dust from wheels, permanent marker from skin, tar off anything,” says Muck Daddy.
We’ve recently received some Muck Daddy samples to test out. The next time we get good and dirty, we’ll give them a try and let you know how they work and how they compare to our store-brand pumice-based hand cleaner.
In the meantime, visit MuckDaddy.com for more information.
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