Rub your hands with this stainless steel soap and it will be like you never touched fish, onions, or garlic. Odors from these foods bond with the steel and are removed from your skin. Use the bristled silicone sleeve to clean up with sudsy soap after, or use it as a veggie brush.
Instructions: Wash your hands under running water, rubbing the stainless steel side over your hands where the odors are. When done, use the silicone bristles to wash your hands
Stainless steel side removes fish, garlic, and onion odors from your hands
Stainless steel shape fits comfortably in hands
Silicone sleeve is also great for cleaning sensitive skinned fruits and veggies, like mushrooms or peaches
Made in China
One stainless steel disk with removable silicone sponge sleeve
1" x 3" diameter
Stainless steel, food-grade silicone
Wash with soap as needed
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Stainless steel soap has been around for ages. It’s a handy way to rub away fishy and garlic-y smells from hands—but there’s nothing sudsy about how Odor STEELer does its odor-fighting job.
It’s a new take on the traditional method of cleaning up. The stainless steel “soap” gets rid of odors when you rub your hands on it under running water. Sulfur compounds in the scent of those foods are attracted to stainless steel and bind to the metal, which won’t absorb any odor. (Hence its name.) What’s great about this not-really-soap cleaner is that it has a silicone sleeve to help you when you do wash up with soap, and it can double as a veggie brush for soft-skinned things like peaches, mushrooms, and plums.