When preparing recipes certain foods are required to be sliced, diced, chopped or minced. Two of the biggest culprits that cooks use these cutting methods on are onions and garlic. Both the garlic and onion juices leave their mark on your hands.
No matter how many times you wash your hands with soap and hot water the odor they leave behind still remains. Instead of spending hours or the rest of the day waiting for the aroma of garlic and onion to leave your hands there is a quicker solution to clean and fresh smelling hands after doing the prep work on these two recipe additions.
Stainless steel soap is the answer!
Wash your hands with a bar of stainless steel soap and cold water. Within 20 minutes the garlic or onion smell will dissipate completely.
This little bar of stainless steel also works great on plastic containers that after being washed still have the smell of garlic left behind. Just fill the container with cold water, place the stainless steel soap bar in the container and let it sit for 20 minutes. You’ll be surprised when you notice the odor is now completely gone and feel more comfortable storing it in the cabinet. Plus, next time it is used it won’t change the aroma of the next food item stored within it.
Be odor-free using a bar of stainless steel soap!
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