As the resident grease monkey at the Bonnier Motorcycle Group, I have to wash my paws regularly. So naturally, when a box of Grip Clean came in, a bottle was quickly thrown my way (the company was started by Bryce Hudson, a freestyle athlete, by the way). In all my years of spinning ratchets and cleaning my hands with the multitude of “orange hand scrub” soaps, I had grown accustomed to having dry, cracked hands. So I didn’t have high hopes for Grip Clean, but it absolutely outperformed my expectations. At first squeeze, it felt and acted like the orange stuff, albeit with a lime scent. Where it set itself apart was when I rinsed it off. My skin didn’t have the normal dry, cracked feeling. I also noted that Grip Clean worked really well with a little water added, unlike the orange stuff that seems to deteriorate with water.