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How To Stop your Hands Smelling of Garlic

washing_handsAfter chopping garlic, it’s very common to have the oils of the garlic remain on your hands, leading to them smelling for quite some time.

While some may love the smell, others do not, so simply rubbing the affected areas against stainless steel – whether that be a saucepan, cutlery, or cooking apparatus – while running your hands under cold tap water works wonders in reducing the effects.

It’s believed that the ions in the steel bind with the sulfuric compounds in the oils, while the cold water closes the pores of your skin and stops the oils from penetrating.

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