New Review of our Pumice Hand Scrub
Keen gardener Jane Purdue is a fan of our Pumice hand scrub and explains why it’s so useful for her range of hobbies and even her feet!
I love my garden but hate wearing gloves. I spend hours out there which means I always come in with ingrained dirt on my hands and under my nails….not a look good when you are about to cook supper!
But no longer, since I was given a sample of Wessex Pumice hand scrub! It is fantastic and you don’t even need water to rinse it off, very handy when pumping up the tyres of Nigel our motorhome (which we originally wanted it for). With summer coming and wearing flip flops it also stops your feet looking awful and we have all had cracked and dirty heels. But no longer, I rubbed some hand scrub into the back of my heels and hey presto…clean and moisturised heels!
We have now bought a 500g bottle to decant some so we can use it home and away. Just to top it off, the product is very kind to my hands and the moisturising element stops my hands drying up. It is so much better than other gardening products I have used.
So a great product which does what is says on the bottle…..and saved me from a potentially embarrassing time recently when I was up-cycling some wooden garden furniture.
My history of not wearing protective gloves has already been described….so there I am admiring my newly painted chairs and with hands covered in lilac paint… ‘is the turps in the garage David’?
David looked at me laughed and said’ no we have run out’ ……’great‘ I said, with a Paddington Bear stare…..’what am I supposed to do then?‘ ‘Try wearing gloves’ was the reply…. Helpful I thought. So I headed into the utility room to try and wash it off when I spotted the Pumice hand scrub and started to use it not knowing that it worked on paint as well… Woo Hoo
Never mind the benefits to the Marine Industry….here is one lady gardener, motorhome driver, general dogsbody and up-cycler that won’t be without this product home or away any time soon. It will save me money and space by not having to buy several other products to do the jobs.