Shop Grocery (USA) | Shop Henna | Shop Spices | Beauty Shop | Join | Sign In | Submit Recipe

New & Improved Search Helps You Find Even More Recipes & Videos!

Articles >> Tips & Totkays articles > Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More

Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More

Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More
I can smell onions and garlic... not anymore!
Viewed: 18646
25 Ratings
4 out of 5 stars
 Rate It

  • Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More

  • Rub your hands with vinegar before and after slicing onions - this will eliminate the smell

  • To remove the smell of onion and/or garlic from your fingers: Wet your hands and rub your fingers on something stainless steel - the sink, the kettle, a ladle. I didn't believe it would work, but it does!

More related articles to Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More:

  • Thanks for reading our artilcle about "Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More" filed under Tips & Totkays articles. one of thousands of originally written Articles published exclusively at

Tried out this recipe? Let us know how you liked it?

Pleasebe judicious and courteous in selecting your words.


Submit your comments

Comments posted by users for Totkay of the Week - Smell Onions and Garlic No More

  1. fffffffffffffffffffffffffffff

    on Aug 31 2013 2:37AM Report Abuse RIVFYUDJCV
  2. salam apa akky totky bhtfaida mand hoty hain.mjy ye pochna tha k apny bushra apa ko bachon ko nazla zukam se bachanay k liay kia bataya tha?me unki pori bat nai sun saki thi pleez mjy email id pe reply kar main kuch zaafraan ka istamal tha shayad dudh k sath?ap zrur bataiay ga.

    on Oct 13 2012 4:17AM Report Abuse SOBIA SAEED
  3. itz really good

    on Oct 7 2010 11:21PM Report Abuse NARCISUSS
  4. hi i like your tips very much i want to know that how can i know my skin type?

    on Mar 10 2010 3:48AM Report Abuse Guest
  5. ilove the idea about vinegar thank you!!!!!!!!!!

    on Jan 29 2010 11:54AM Report Abuse Guest
  6. good idea

    on Jan 28 2010 1:47AM Report Abuse Guest
  7. well, i think it may work but i have to try it.

    on Jan 27 2010 1:38AM Report Abuse Guest
  8. oh wow its really great:P

    on Jan 24 2010 9:25AM Report Abuse Guest
  9. Amazing it worked for me too !!! or may be i just imagined that it did ??? but some thing surely took away the smell

    on Jan 24 2010 9:05AM Report Abuse EEYA
  10. oh yea its nice

    on Jan 22 2010 12:22PM Report Abuse Guest
  11. wo w it works

    on Jan 22 2010 4:20AM Report Abuse Guest
  12. yes do try it it really works

    on Jan 22 2010 12:54AM Report Abuse Guest
  13. Surprisingly, rubbing on stainless steel does as is evident in that the Japanese are selling little 'soap size' tablets to get off smells under running water...Am going to try the vinegar method too..thanks

    on Jan 21 2010 8:05PM Report Abuse Guest
  14. Great tip; do you have a tip to eliminate burning eyes while cleaning onions?

    on Jan 21 2010 2:48PM Report Abuse LAUREN MURRAY
  15. for someone who does not know anything about the kitchen, you sure are a lot of help. On behalf of many of my friends, family and myself I wish to thank you so much. Fifian R

    on Jan 21 2010 9:19AM Report Abuse Guest
  16. You know I was wondering what would you use to remove the smell of vinegar? Asman se gira khajoor main atka :)

    on Jan 21 2010 1:30AM Report Abuse KP ADMIN
  17. Rubbing your hands on something stainless steel does work. Avon actually sells a product made of stainless steel for this purpose.

    on Jan 20 2010 11:45PM Report Abuse Guest

Featured Brands

Payment Methods
Secure Online Shopping