Today, we are offering a kitchen tip on how to remove garlic odor from your hands.
Whether you use garlic to spike a roast or just add a twist to your vinaigrette, chopping garlic can leave a long lasting odor on you fingers and the garlic smell can stay even after your wash your hands. Check out our Art of the Home tips below to see how you can easily get rid of it.
Art of the Home Tip — simply rub your hands with lemon juice or the leftover lemon you may have squeezed for your tea. If you don’t have lemon, using white vinegar is also quite effective. Rinse and wash your hands afterwards. Another trick is to rub your fingers against a stainless steel surface (e.g. spoon or against a stainless steel sink as you are washing your hands). And voilà!