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How to remove unwanted odors pungent smells from your hands?

2018-10-19 16:46:10

Many of us might have cooking experience, and probably will deal with garlic, onions, fish and other sea food daily, you've probably noticed that the smell likes to stick around on your hands, and soap doesn't do much to get it off. No matter how many times you wash your hands it doesn’t go away!


What to do?


Here I would like to share a household tip for removing these unwanted odors. To get rid of the smell, what you need is a stainless steel thing. You can just rub your hands with a stainless steel object (like a spoon, knife, or even the edge of your sink) under running water, as if the spoon were soap. While these utensils are not so convenient and comfortable, and it is not so safe.


Then what is the better solution?


The better, best and quicker way is to have a stainless steel soap! The stainless steel soap is made for this very purpose, it is about the same shape and size as a bar of normal soap. It is an innovative incredible magic odor smell remover!


How to use it?


Simply use the stainless steel soap to rub your hands while soaking your hands in the cold water or under the running water. When you're done, your hands should lose most of that smell and you can wash them with real soap to get them lemony fresh.


How It Works?


The sulfur from the onion, garlic or fish is attracted to--and binds with--one or more of the metals in stainless steel. Formation of such compounds is what makes stainless steel stainless. Onions and garlic contain amino acid sulfoxides, which form sulfenic acids, which then form a volatile gas--propanethial S-oxide--that forms sulfuric acid upon exposure to water. These compounds are responsible for burning your eyes while cutting onions and also for their characteristic scent. The sulfur compounds bind to the steel--efficiently removing the odor from your fingers.


So, next time you find your fingers and hands smelling from fish, onions or garlic, don't reach for the scented spray; grab a stainless steel metal soap, to rub on your hands under running water, and your limbs will be scentless in no time.

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