There is a lot of debate about whether or not you can get food coloring off your hands. I think it can, but it might be a pain. It isn’t fun, but it will make it much easier for you to get your hands back to the color you want them to be.
When you wash your hands, you need to use a water-based cleaner, and the water-based cleaners all use some sort of food coloring. Unfortunately, there are a variety of brands that use different colors, so you might have to experiment.
In the game, you can have your hands stained with any of nine food colorings, and you can even get a tattoo of your hands with some of your favorite colors. I’m sure there are more ways to get food coloring off your hands, but it can be a pain.
That’s not all, though. The game’s website (and the game itself) also gives you a number of ways to get food coloring off your hands, such as washing your hands first with lemon juice, and then washing your hands with a solution of salt and baking soda. Or maybe you can just use the salt and vinegar that my grandma used to buy in health food stores.
Actually, I could go on and on about this, but I’m pretty tired.
The game’s website offers a number of other ways to get food coloring off your hands, such as using a brush to apply the color to your hands. They also give you a number of methods to get the color off your hands, such as using a brush to apply the color to your hands (or on a towel) and then rubbing your hands with salt and vinegar, or rubbing salt and baking soda on your hands before washing them.
I’ve never seen any other way to get food coloring off your hands that doesn’t involve salt and vinegar or baking soda. One of the cool things about this is that you can buy your own salt and baking soda, which is really nice too.
The salt and baking soda part is good. I also prefer vinegar to salt, because I find it easier to handle. The most obvious reason is that vinegar, while pretty gross, is probably preferable to salt because the latter is more abrasive. However, I would like to see a reason to actually use salt or vinegar.
The problem is that because salt and baking soda are pretty gross, you don’t actually need to use either of them to get food coloring off your hands. For most people it’s really easy, and if your hands are really oily you can just lick them clean. Just be careful of the salt as it can sting your eyes.
I believe this is actually true because it’s not just for people whose hands are oily that salt and baking soda aren’t suitable. Like for the vast majority, they dont need to be.