How to Remove Pecan Stains from Skin?

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The easiest way to remove pecan stains from your skin is by using lubricant. WD-40 is one of the best for this. Simply spray a little on the stained areas, then wash your skin off thoroughly.
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From what I know, the best way to remove pecan stains from your skin is with WD40. Just spray a little bit on them and rub them together some. Run warm water over them a your rub and it should come right off.
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