April 24, 2007

Review: Smellkiller Stainless Steel Hand Soap and Air Cleaner

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We've been looking for a stainless steel hand soap to get rid of that nasty garlic smell after making legs of lamb lately. Having seen quite a few different options online, we stopped into our local hardware store only to find exactly what we were looking for - the Smellkiller Stainless Steel Hand Soap and Air Cleanser.

Now you're probably wondering - how does stainless steel soap remove odors on your hands or even in the air? It neutralizes them or breaks the molecules of odor upon contact, or if you use the rubber bowl that's included and a little water, it will remove odors from the air. Does it work? Well...

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Look for the Smellkiller Brand - We bought the XL which
works on rooms as large as 450 square feet.

It does seem to work really well on our hands as long as we use it right away. If we let the garlic get into our hands, then it's game over. It will still reduce the smell, but it won't make it go away entirely.

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It's not as big as you might think. But it's very thick and solid feeling.

And how about the air cleaner claim? We are clean people, so we're not sure we're the best test case, but so far we have noticed a difference in how long it takes for smells to go away. I'd say that on average after making or buying fish and chips it would take until the next day for the smell to completely dissapate, but with the Smellkiller Stainless Steel Hand Soap and Air Cleaner, things seem to smell better much faster and the kitchen seem much fresher all the time.

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Fits into the palm of your hand nicely. Washing your hands with it is easy.

We have ours by the window in the kitchen so we can see the rubber bowl and remember to fill it. This also makes using it as a hand soap cleaner much easier. We recommend getting one - as it seems to work quite well and it's also pretty cool looking.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 24, 2007 4:20 PM
Recent Comments

Yes, any piece of stainless steel will remove the4 garlic smell from your hands. Alton Brown has proved this. Why spend X amount of dollars on a single-use hunk of steel when you can just as well rub against your steel dishwasher, utensils, or fry pan?


Posted by: Gregg Sanford at April 26, 2007 8:11 PM

You know of course, that you don't need to buy a stainless steel soap.

You can just use one of your stainless steel soup spoons and wash your hands with that. Works the same... free.


Posted by: Jennifer at April 24, 2007 9:31 PM

I just do what my grandmother always did: Use a spoon.


Posted by: eatchicago at April 24, 2007 5:45 PM
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