Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Trick for getting rid of smells in the kitchen



This is a very simple trick and you all might know it already, but just in case you don't here's how to get rid of food smells on your hands.

Sometimes after preparing strong-smelling food like onions, garlic, meat, etc. you wash your hands and the odor seems to linger. So you wash your hands again, and again and lest you become Lady Macbeth, muttering "Out damned spot," all you need to do is run your hands under water while rubbing some stainless steel. Grab a spoon, turn on the faucet and run that metal all over your hands. I'm sure it all boils down to chemistry, but all I know is that it works.

Voila! or should I say Poof! the smell is gone.

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4 comments:

Kathy in WA said...

What a cool idea. Thanks for sharing! I'm definitely going to try this next time.

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Elizabeth-W said...

I have a little bar of stainless 'soap' and it works! I don't know how, either, but it does.

Am'n2Deep said...

Oh, I love this tip--I'll testify to it's usefulness! :)

Anonymous said...

Wow where has this info been all my life. I can't stand having stinky onion hands. I have never been able to get rid of it. I can't hardly wait to try it. I think I will go cut an onion right now. It better work. Kel-
Ps. John thinks it is funny that nobody in our family spells my name right. That is kinda weird