Magic Soap Removes Strong Odors From Chefs Hands
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Magic Soap For Chefs Hands
The candles are lit, the table is set, the food is prepared and your hands smell like raw garlic, onions and/or fish. Vigorous scrubbing with hand soap wont help, so how can you possibly remove that pungent food odor before the doorbell rings? The answer comes in the form of this 2-1/2" x 1-3/4" disk of stainless steel. Rubbing your hands on this disk under a stream of water washes away any unwanted aromas and leaves your hands smelling like, well, hands. Best of all, you only need to buy one since they last forever!
How it works: Although there is not a large amount of scientific data for explaining how magic soap works, it is assumed that it all happens because of chemistry. When cutting garlic, sulfur molecules that contain the odor are transferred to your skin. Washing your hands with water only heightens the smell because water turns the sulfur into sulfuric acid. However, when you touch stainless steel while washing your hands with water, the molecules in the steel bind with the sulfur molecules on your hands. When this happens, the odor is transferred to the steel and off your hands.