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I usually use pig skin for practice and trying new things, however I recently bought some fake skin to see what it was like. The problem I have is cleaning the excess off. I can’t seem to shift it. What would you recommend to clean up? Any help appreciated

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I usually use pig skin for practice and trying new things, however I recently bought some fake skin to see what it was like. The problem I have is cleaning the excess off. I can’t seem to shift it. What would you recommend to clean up? Any help appreciated
Submitted by: Gary
3 years ago
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Barber DTS

answered 3 years ago

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Hi Gary, green soap is great for washing off the ink. Our Pin-Up Green Soap can be filled into any wash bottle to wash off excess liquids during and after tattooing.

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