So, I’ve pretty much covered the bases about washing out pomade from your hair. But it’s a two way street. That pomade got into your hair some how, and as far as I know, we apply pomade with our hands. If you do it any other way… I’m not judgin’ ya.
Think it’s easy getting pomade out with just soap and water?
It’s not quite that easy!
Trying the same methods as washing pomade out from your hair, for my hands, doesn’t quite work as well. For the most part.
One major way I like to wash pomade out from my hair, is with a little bit of Olive Oil. It really cuts the pomade really well, but it leaves your hair with an oily coat. Same with your hands. Have you ever had olive oil in your hands? It’s a weird feeling. Even if it did cut the pomade from your hands well, you still have to deal with washing out the oil! Not worth the effort.
I wouldn’t wash my hands with Diet Coke. It’s just weird.
My method of choice, is using dish soap. A lot of dish soap is harsh, so choose wisely. I use Dawn because it’s soft on the hands! You don’t wanna dry out your hands, fellas! Your ladies won’t wanna hold your KFC feeling hands. I wash out with hot water. Not warm water, HOT. It just works better, trust me. Cold water won’t get your anywhere.
Even though that’s my main method of washing off pomade from my hands, it’s not entirely effective. You’ll have a bit of pomade left on your palms, especially in the crevices between your fingers and heel of your palm.
Not everyone changes diapers everyday, but this is something that a lot of people should have in their houses…
BABY WIPES. I know, it’ll seem weird at first buying baby wipes without having a baby to use them on. But trust me, you’ll find a lot of times where baby wipes will come in handy. Spills on your shirts, eating take out, wiping dried ketchup from your chair, anything. I mean, hey… If it can clean up some #2, it sure as hell can clean up some pomade!
Pretty simple, nothing too crazy. I mean, it’s just pomade. But this is the most effective method I’ve found, to wash pomade off of your hands. Dish soap and baby wipes. Trust me, your hands will feel a lot cleaner, after greasin’ up.
Try it out. You’ll just have one more expense (baby wipes,) to deal with! Hey, it’ll save your water bill a bit!