You have your hands all dirty and full of grease?
But you don't have soap or water to wash them?
It happens when you change a car wheel or when you've derailed on a bike!
Luckily, there's a super-effective grandma's trick for washing dirty, black, and stained hands without soap or water.
The effective trick for dry cleaning your hands is to use baking soda and grass . Watch:
1. Pull a handful of grass.
2. Roll it into a ball with your hands.
3. Sprinkle baking soda on your hands.
4. Rub your hands with the ball of grass and the baking soda.
There you go, your hands are now all clean :-)
Simple, fast and efficient, right?
You don't even need soap or water to have flawless hands!
No more black hands full of grease marks on the hands!
This thing is really super practical for cleaning quickly without water.
It's still better than keeping your hands full of grease and dirtying everything you touch, isn't it?
In addition, it also works when you want to wash your hands after gardening or when you have derailed on your bike.
Bicarbonate is a fine, abrasive powder. It loosens dirt and absorbs grease. In addition, it eliminates odors at the same time.
As for the grass, it makes it easier to rub your hands. How?
Crushing it releases moisture which acts like water to cleanse the skin.
If you don't have baking soda with you, you can replace it with a pinch of fine sand. But be careful, it pickles!
In any case, it is better to leave a bottle of drinking water in your car (to be renewed regularly), a hermetically sealed bag of baking soda and a clean cloth.
To discover: 30 Essential Things You Should Always Have In The Car.