Review: Thee Fisherman's Soap

Review: Thee Fisherman's Soap
Review: Thee Fisherman's Soap
If you need a good soap to clean your hands with after a good day of fishing, then this is the soap to get. It's called "Thee Fisherman's Soap". This works great to eliminate fish, sunscreen, bug repellant, bait attractants, onion, garlic, catfish bait, shad, boiled seafood, crayfish, menhaden, Mackerel, shrimp, chum, gas, skunk, and cigarette odors, cleans livewells, baitwells, coolers, in the kitchen, and especially salt water tackel such as rods, reels, and rigs, etc. to get the salt water off. All you have to do is, wet your hands or surface, apply soap, lather and rinse. When cleaning your rods and reels and lures, spray the object with water, put Thee Fisherman's Soap on a cloth, wipe it down, then rinse really good with water. Also, when working on your car, and you get grease and oil on your hands from your car and tools, all you have to do is wet hands, apply the soap, get a brush, scrub hands and rinse. It's that easy! This soap is biodegradable non-toxic so you will be able to wash your hands right there on the water especially before you eat lunch, which is great, so your hands do not have to smell like fish and slime. I have tried lava soap in the past, but this is better to use. So, this soap works for me, so I trust it will work for you. Note: This soap also does not dry out your hands and leaves them feeling soft and odor free. So try it, you will like it!

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