Anti-odor Stainless Steel Soap

$19.95 $79.99

"I was cooking with garlic and onions and used this handy little stainless steel bar and ALL the odor was completely gone!  I have NEVER seen anything work like this, it's really incredible. However this steel reacts with the odor is beyond me but I'm definitely a believer.  I had my husband try this, I was curious if it got rid of smoke odor from his hands. I'm a true believer in this hollow stainless steel bar for onion and garlic odors. If you don't believe me try it, you won't be disappointed." - Kelly B., PA

Get a great discount on our Anti-odor Stainless Steel Soap while the NEW YEAR SALE is on. Once we sell 500 units, we will be increasing the price back up to $79.99.


Keep fresh & Remove unwanted smells and odors from your hands after handling things such as onion, garlic, fish, seafood and many more'

Onion, shallot and garlic odor is pervasive and irritating long after the delicious meal is over. It clings to the fingers and nail region with ferocity and can follow you around elsewhere.

How it works, The Science Bit:

The smell you have when handling food is made up of a bunch of different molecules, most of which contain Sulfur. Sulfur binds to our Steel Soap so if you rub your hands on our Steel Soap, the smelly Sulfur from the garlic/onions clings on to the Steel Soap and is removed from your hands.

Also looks classy in your kitchen! 


  • Dimensions: 65mm x 47mm x 15mm
  • Weight: 40g
  • Material: Stainless Steel


1 x Stainless Steel Soup

7 Reviews

Jerry K.

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I love this product. My Friends were confused by my 'silver soap' on the sink and now they've all ordered one!! 


Emma G.

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I purchased two of these to pass on to others as I would like to them to benefit from the 'magic' of removing unpleasant odours from their hands - we didn't believe it would work - and you must possess one to believe it! 


Maria O.

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It's fabulous for eliminating the odour you get on your hands when you chop onions. Just need to rub it in your hands with running water and it takes away the smell. It's like magic.  Perfect for when you open a tin of tuna and the liquid always seems to spill onto your hands. 


Veronica A.

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Believe it or not, this really does work! No more smelly onion and garlic hands.  The listing states this:- The science of this is that ingredients such as onion, garlic and fish give off sulfur that causes the odor to stain your hands. The stainless steel would attract and bind with the sulfur to remove the odor from your hands. I asked my son about this seeing as he studied this type of thing but after listening for a bit it mostly went over my head! Lol.  All I know is this does seem to work. 


Jenny H.

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I love using the stainless steel soap and always keep one by the kitchen sink.  There is nothing worse than preparing smelly food such as fish, onion, garlic and have the smell lingering despite washing my hands thoroughly with my usual soap. Not a problem anymore thanks to this little bar of magic.  - No soap required, simply rinse hands in water, use as though it were a real bar of soap, working between both hands and fingers for a minute or so and then's as easy as that. Bye bye nasty odours, hello fresh hands. 


Tanya D.

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This is amazing, it's like a miracle.  I peeled garlic and we all know that pungent smell that garlic gives off. I just swished the steel bar in my hands for a few seconds and like magic, the smell is gone from my fingers. AMAZING. 


Nicole P.

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OK, this is almost certainly some sort of magic.  Years of hands, smelling of garlic after preparing dinner are now finally at an end thanks to this little bar of stainless steel magic. Some science nerd can probably explain properly how it works but I honestly dona't care. It claims to remove the smell of onion, garlic, etc. and it does exactly that. It does claim to remove unpleasant food odours such as meat and fish as well as garlic and onion. Personally, if my fish or meat had an odour that I would describe as unpleasant I wouldn't be eating it or touching it. For that reason, I've only tested this against garlic and onion. Awesome result and no practise or training necessary.