How to remove onion and garlic odor from your hands

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If you've ever chopped onions and garlic. You'll know that the smell can remain on your hands for a couple of days no matter how many times you wash them. In this guide I'll share a simple solution.

The secret is the combination of stainless steel and cold water. In fact you can buy bars of stainless steel just for this purpose. But why waste your money on them? (They do look kinda cool though).

I'm sure you have plenty of stainless steel right in your kitchen. If you have a stainless steel sink you're all set. Just rub your hands on the sink under cold water. Pretend the steel is soap.

Or use an upside down stainless steel mixing bowl in your sink.

You can also just use a stainless steel spoon. Just rub it around on your skin as if its soap under cold water.

Give it a try. You'll be amazed how well this works. It may not remove 100% of the Odor. But it'll remove most of it. A couple more washes with soap should remove it all.


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