Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Kitchen Tip Tuesday! - Stainless Steel Kitchen Odor Eater

I looooooove garlic.  Really. Love. It.  I cook with it nearly every day.  Luckily, my family loves garlic too.  I have found, however, that I do not love the smell of garlic on my fingers, hours after scrubbing them.  Enter: Stainless Steel Soap! 

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This is the bar of Stainless Steel Soap that sits at the left of my kitchen sink.  A friend purchased it for me many years ago, because she knows I love a kitchen gadget!  This lovely little bar of soap magically erases the smell of garlic from one's fingers!  Just rub it over your hands under running cold water, and your fingers will be fresh!  It also works on onion smell, and fish smell.  

Now, some sources state that there is little scientific evidence to support the claim that stainless steel neutralizes or binds the sulfur compounds that cause the offending kitchen odors.  I will tell, however, from personal experience, that this really does work! Here's an article that explains the possible science behind the phenomenon!  

A bonus feature of this darling bar of soap, is that my children like to use it, and that means they are eager to help with even the smellier jobs of food preparation! 

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 As always, from The Allergy Safe Kitchen, I wish you "Good Cooking, and Safe Eating"!


  1. Your tips for an allergy free kitchen will come in handy for hubby and myself. Thank you!

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