Garlic-y fingers, be gone!

Do you love the taste of fresh garlic but hate the lingering smell it leaves on your fingers? It seems that smell can stay on your hands for days making you want to avoid using the fresh garlic in your cooking, which is really unfortunate as fresh garlic has so many health benefits.

But there is a super simple way to get that smell off your fingers quickly! After cutting garlic, simply wet your fingers and then rub them on stainless steel. That’s it! Most faucets are stainless steel so just run your hands under water then rub them for a few seconds on the faucet, being sure to rub any parts of your fingers and hands that have come into contact with the garlic. The stainless steel will take the smell away and you will be able to cook with fresh garlic all the time!

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One Response to “Garlic-y fingers, be gone!”

  1. Alex Ciccone
    October 6, 2014 at 2:46 am #

    Very interesting. I’ll have to try this out.

    Although, I absolutely love the smell of garlic on my fingers! Makes me feel like I’m in the kitchen for hours after cooking. Perhaps I’m alone in that feeling.
    :)

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