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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Thursday's Houshold Tip- Removing Odors From Your Hands

One more odor that is hard to remove from your hands is the smell of onions. All you have to do to remove the onion smell from your hands is to rub used lemons or limes on your hands and then wash your hands with your normal hand wash liquid.

The smell of garlic on hands is the bugbear of every cook, but one of the household tips that works best for this is to rub your hands on stainless steel.

Let's face it, we can all use some household tips to make life a little more easier at times. There are so many tips and tricks that can and do help with work around the house. But these are so personal that what works for one person, might not necessarily work for somebody else. There are numerous household tips that it is impossible to put them in one article. In this article, I am going to concentrate on how to remove those hideous odors from your hands. There is nothing worse than having odors on your hands which transfer to everything that you happen to touch.

One odor that is very annoying to have on your hands is fish odor. While we all enjoy eating fish but the biggest drawback is that in the preparation, you have to handle fish lots of times and that leaves you with hands stinking of fish the whole day. One of the very helpful household tips of many for removing fish odor is your common table salt. I know, it came as quite a surprise to me as well, when I first discovered it.

All you have to do is to put a couple of tablespoons of salt in your hands, wet the salt with a little water, rub your hands with this mixture a few times and then rinse your hands normally. Then put on some hand lotion to moisturize your hands and that awful fish smell will disappear immediately. One more advantage of washing your hands in this manner is that the salt rubs off all the dead skin on your hands to leave them gentle and soft.

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