How Get Onion and Garlic Smell Off Your Hands
Get rid of lingering onion and garlic smells on your hands
Cooking with onion and garlic brings extra flavor to any
recipe and fills your home with mouth-watering smells. However, chopping onion
and garlic can leave a smell that lingers on your hands, even after you wash
them with soap and water. If you want to really get rid of that smell, then
here’s a quick trick!
Rub your hands with a spoon or any stainless steel object! A
spoon, knife, fork or even the faucet on your kitchen sink will do the trick.
Rub your hands with said stainless steel object as if it were soap.
Then, wash your hands with soap and water. This will get rid
of most of the onion and garlic smell on your hands!