04:57PM | 06/08/03
Member Since: 06/07/03
1 lifetime posts
Alright, I got caulk on my hands. How do I get it off? Somebody, Anybody, please help ME.


05:14PM | 06/08/03
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
I have never had this problem,but am looking at the board for tonight and seen this so.Either try paint thinner (mineral spirits).
The hand cleaners that mechanics use GO-JO or anyother brand like this.
Comet that real gritty cleaner or old fashion way scrubbing and Lava soap,this stuff seems to clean or get most anything off.I never tried the liquid only the green bar.


02:18AM | 06/09/03
Member Since: 02/03/03
196 lifetime posts
Latex caulk comes of with soap and water - Lava soap helps if it is dry - so does a scotch brite pad.

If you have silicone on your hands - and it is dry - a scotch brite is the only thing that will work - silicone being inert - not much bothers it...

Next time you are caulking something - wear latex gloves........

Mr. Paint



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