For more than 100 years, Reinol has been cleaning the toughest grime and greasiest grease off the hands of industrial workers.
“We are proud that Reinol originally started cleaning hands in the early 1900s,” said Clive Leon, founder and chairman of Reinol, the solvent-free, heavy-duty soap manufacturer. “Workers in the automotive, mining, electrical, textiles, agriculture, transportation and maintenance industries have used Reinol for decades.
“Having workers use Reinol for a century says a lot about the effectiveness of our product,” Leon added.
“Although Reinol is well-known in Europe as the best solvent-free, industrial strength hand cleaner on the market, we are now expanding our retail distribution in the United States,” Leon said.
Whether you work on cars or on an oil rig, Reinol works on grime, grease, dirt, oil, epoxies and inks. Because it is solvent-free, Reinol is easy on your skin.
Leon said Reinol does not contain harsh chemicals that many other heavy-duty soaps use in their formulas. Reinol does not use mineral spirits, kerosene, white spirits or naphtha, all harsh and dangerous chemicals.
Reinol Original Hand Cleaner only uses soft soaps, oils, and no harsh solvents. It also contains specially selected fine rounded degerminated inert quartz silica sand, which helps pick the dirt off the skin.
Reinol also is inexpensive to use. Just rub a level teaspoon full of Reinol into your hands, add a few drops of water, lather, and rinse thoroughly. A one-liter tub should wash 300 pairs of hands. Reinol recently introduced a dispenser that gives you the exact amount of Reinol you need to clean your hands.