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Soap of the Month: Gardener’s Hand

Gardener’s Hand is a combination of all of our left over soap scraps and organic stoneground cornmeal. This powerful hand scrub is an incredibly moisturizing soap AND stain remover. Normally found in garden shops, Gardener’s Hand soap can be used by anyone washing their hands frequently. Doctors, mechanics, artists, and cooks all rave about this gentle yet powerful bar of soap.cook

Gardener’s Hand is actually the same soap as our white Hogwash bar. People ask us all the time why we have two names for it. Years ago when we first started making Hogwash, people, especially gardeners were passing it by due to its rough n’ tough name. So- we gave it a second name.HGHD.F

This fantastic soap will also work to remove stains off your laundry, carpet, furniture or linens. It is powerful on even the most fragile fabrics. Just wet the soap and the stain, rub Gardener’s Hand directly on the stain and rinse with hot water. This soap will remove the stain without any harsh chemicals or bleach.

This is a naturally effective product without any added dyes, chemicals or sulfates. Many artists use our Gardener’s Hand soap on their brushes to remove paints gently without any damage to the brush!


One bar of Gardener’s Hand soap will last 3-6 months! On sale for the month of May! Enjoy!

1 thought on “Soap of the Month: Gardener’s Hand

  1. Stauffer’s of Kissel Hill carries the gardener’s hand soap. I would call them first to make sure they have it on hand.

  2. Where can I find your hogwash or gardener’s hand soap in the Lancaster, PA area?

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