D-Lead Hand Soap - 16 Oz

$10.95 USD
Item# 63801
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Product Features

  • Contains Glycerin to moisturize the skin
  • Abrasive Hand Soap is extra strength to effectively remove heavy metals, tough, embedded greases, oils and dirt
  • The smooth, fine scrubbers provides a gentle cleaning assist and fast acting cleaning power to remove the toughest dirt and contaminats


Product Description

D-Lead hand soap minimizes contact exposure with most heavy metals like lead, nickel, cobalt, cadmium, zinc, mercury, copper, silver and chromium. May be used in hot, cold, hard or soft water.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   A must-have
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Other Thoughts : Really amazing product for stained glass artists :)
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  •   piece of mind
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Pros : it removes lead and other heavy metals from your skin; evev if most of the time I use prtective gloves working with lead, fluxes grinding etc (actually I only cut the glass without gloves) I still after each stained glass session use this product to give myself some peace of mind
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Other Thoughts : I do not know for sure it does remove heavy metals form my skin but I believe so
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