How to remove blackberry stains from fingers

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Have you noticed that strawberries and blueberries have hit the stores? I don’t know about you, but after a day of making jam, slicing, and rinsing berries, etc. my hands are always stained.
Here’s a little trick I’ve learned to get the stains off of your hands, rather than scrubbing them until your skin comes off:


How to remove blackberry stains from fingers

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Have you noticed that strawberries and blueberries have hit the stores? I don’t know about you, but after a day of making jam, slicing, and rinsing berries, etc. my hands are always stained.
Here’s a little trick I’ve learned to get the stains off of your hands, rather than scrubbing them until your skin comes off:


Step One

Make a paste of cornmeal and lemon juice.


Step Two

Rub the paste on your hands, let it sit a minute or two and then rinse it off.


Step Three

Easy peasy and you didn’t have to commit chemical warfare on your skin.


Step Four

{Of course, you could always just wear rubber gloves, but those things make me feel like a fumbling idiot–funny how one thin layer of rubber can completely take away your slicing and dicing coordination.}


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