Stacy Talks & Reviews: Workman’s Friend: The "Friend" every Motorcyclist needs

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Workman’s Friend: The "Friend" every Motorcyclist needs

My husband treats his motorcycle like, well, pretty much the same as every other man out there with one...a baby. After every ride he wipes it down and covers it as soon as it's cooled off. He does pretty much everything he can to keep it as clean as the day he brought it home. And that includes when he's working on it. And thanks to his new "friend" he can make cleaning up himself a little easier too.

Workman's Friend Barrier Skin Cream is a lotion that acts as an invisible glove, is nonstick, and allows for dexterity when working on vehicles, including motorcycles. It protects hands while allowing you to easily do jobs that would be near impossible with gloves on like tightening small parts on a motorcycle.

How does it work? 1. Rub in Workman's Friend Barrier Skin Cream thoroughly to the skin (including cuticles) prior to tackling those messy jobs. A protective barrier forms in 3-5 minutes.
2. Then Get To Work!
3. Workman's Friend Barrier Skin Cream effectively hydrates and moisturizes damage skin while offering superior hand and skin barrier protection from exposure to things like paint, grease, chemicals, grim, and dirt.
4. Once the job is done just wipe (or was) off the dirt and grim with a single magic!

Of course Workman's Friend isn't just good for using when working on vehicles. It's also great for other dirty jobs like painting, crafting, gardening, home maintenance, and more. Honestly anytime you think you might get you're hands dirty is a good time to use it.

You can find Workman’s Friend online and in select stores. Visit their website for a full listing of of retail locations near you.

This is a sponsored post on behalf of the above mentioned brand. All thoughts and opinions stated are my own and are in no way influenced by my partnership with mentioned brand.
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