How can garlic smell so good sizzling in a hot skillet, but soooo bad on my breath and hands? It's an age-old question, I know. I also know these types of stainless steel kitchen odor removers have been around for a while, but Amco's Rub-A-Way Bar seems pertinent for this time of year, when people are digging either their fingers or their forks into all kinds of garlicky-oniony-seafoody dips and dishes on a near nightly basis. It would also slip mighty easily into your favorite cook's stocking.
Granted, the Rub-A-Way is one bar of soap you cannot use to wash out a dirty mouth (well, maybe a great big dirty mouth) but it will do wonders for your smell-infested hands. When washing them...3 times...still leaves a lingering stench, just give Amco's Rub-A-Way Bar a quick rubdown, and let the power of steel "wash" unpleasant odors away.