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I have brown stains on my hands from handling green pecans without gloves.How do you remove the stains from your hands?

I have brown stains on my hands from handling green pecans without gloves.How do you remove  the stains from your hands?

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WD-40 works great for surface stains.  If they have penetrated into the skin, it will wear off as your skin naturally exfoliates. (1-2 weeks)

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