Sand Your Hands to Remove Wood Filler

It might sound a little out there but a piece of sandpaper is a good way to go.

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Sand Your Hands

Some types of wood filler can be hard to get off your hands after they dry, especially if you use your fingers to push it into small cracks and holes. When that happens, I reach for fine grit sandpaper and sand it off my fingers. It’s great for removing dried-on polyurethane glue and canned foam from your hands, too. — Chris James

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