Grip Clean was born in the dirt and mud of the motocross circuit. Looking for a hand cleaner that would break down grease and oil without damaging his skin, 5-star X Games medalist Bryce Hudson made the first batch of Grip Clean in a kitchen crockpot, using bentonite clay and other all-natural ingredients. Today, their mainstay recipe remains largely unchanged, though they have scaled up their production to high-capacity equipment (what they call really, really big crockpots) to meet the demand of techs across the nation. We remain proudly family owned and made in America.
They focus on creating soaps that remove toxins from our hands without putting them into the earth. Preserving the places we all love to hunt, camp, fish, and ride is central to their core values. And, frankly, we like our fish, game, forests, and streams better without methylchloroisothiazolinone big soap ingredient that messes up your hands, lungs, brain function, and environment.