Martha Stewart Collection Scent Neutralizing "Rub Away" Bar

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Customer Reviews
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    No more smelly hands
    May 25, 2009

    It worked the first time I used it. Be prepared to have a mini-hand-workout as you have to rub your hands under running water for quite awhile.

    No more smelly hands
    by Georgia from Arkansas

    It worked the first time I used it. Be prepared to have a mini-hand-workout as you have to rub your hands under running water for quite awhile.

    Apr 28, 2009

    Bought three of these for me, my mom, and mother in law. We live in the south and eat alot of seafood. This product is great to use afterward. However, the smell does come back. After much uses, I found that afterward I would wash my hands with soap and the smell would finally disappear. So I do recommend this product but with the use of soap. It is more effective that way.

    by KELLY2FLY from Lake Charles, LA

    Bought three of these for me, my mom, and mother in law. We live in the south and eat alot of seafood. This product is great to use afterward. However, the smell does come back. After much uses, I found that afterward I would wash my hands with soap and the smell would finally disappear. So I do recommend this product but with the use of soap. It is more effective that way.

    Cool
    Apr 10, 2009

    I'd like to know how this was discovered. In any case, it works and looks good doing it.

    Cool
    by vhfvhf

    I'd like to know how this was discovered. In any case, it works and looks good doing it.

    Works!
    Mar 17, 2009

    The first time I ever heard of this kind of product working to get rid of odors from onions, garlic, etc. was actually on the Martha Stewart show. I could never get myself to pay over $10 but a flat piece of metal that I had seen in other stores then I saw this item. It really works. Just make sure you rub hard under warm water.

    Works!
    by winky from San Francisco, CA

    The first time I ever heard of this kind of product working to get rid of odors from onions, garlic, etc. was actually on the Martha Stewart show. I could never get myself to pay over $10 but a flat piece of metal that I had seen in other stores then I saw this item. It really works. Just make sure you rub hard under warm water.

    necessity for every kitchen
    Mar 13, 2009

    The no scent bar is fantastic, no more onion hands, etc. It really works and I was skeptical about it before I tried it.

    necessity for every kitchen
    by lacelady

    The no scent bar is fantastic, no more onion hands, etc. It really works and I was skeptical about it before I tried it.

    Modern Convenience for an Old-Fashioned Trick
    Mar 01, 2009

    My Dad being a sheet metal polisher by trade, my Mom had asked him to make her a piece of stainless steel she could use to get rid of food odors (she loves to make soups and stews with garlic, onion, etc.) He made sort of a flat, awkward disc that she ended up putting aside as it didn't fit comfortably in her hands. She was just rubbing her hands on the sides of the stainless steel sink instead. ...Until this Christmas when I surprised her with this nifty little gift! She was ecstatic that someone had finally come up with a convenient shape for an age-old remedy to those pesky food odors! Such a handy item, it stays on the sink and she reaches for it everytime she needs to remove any odors from her hands. At such a great price, my sister received one for Christmas as well ^_^

    Modern Convenience for an Old-Fashioned Trick
    by Koneko from St. Louis, MO

    My Dad being a sheet metal polisher by trade, my Mom had asked him to make her a piece of stainless steel she could use to get rid of food odors (she loves to make soups and stews with garlic, onion, etc.) He made sort of a flat, awkward disc that she ended up putting aside as it didn't fit comfortably in her hands. She was just rubbing her hands on the sides of the stainless steel sink instead. ...Until this Christmas when I surprised her with this nifty little gift! She was ecstatic that someone had finally come up with a convenient shape for an age-old remedy to those pesky food odors! Such a handy item, it stays on the sink and she reaches for it everytime she needs to remove any odors from her hands. At such a great price, my sister received one for Christmas as well ^_^

    Surprise!
    Jan 11, 2009

    This was the surprise gift to all of our children this past Christmas. They were amazed that such an item existed and as to how helpful it can be in the kitchen! i love how it works as i am always cutting onions and garlic and lemons for cooking in recipes. this takes the odors away!!!!!!

    Surprise!
    by Songbirdterry from Conyers, GA

    This was the surprise gift to all of our children this past Christmas. They were amazed that such an item existed and as to how helpful it can be in the kitchen! i love how it works as i am always cutting onions and garlic and lemons for cooking in recipes. this takes the odors away!!!!!!

    Gotta Try It
    Jan 09, 2009

    I was really surprised when I tried this bar because you would never believe a stainless stair bar would actually remove those smelly odors from your hands.

    Gotta Try It
    by MsTryEverything from Maryland

    I was really surprised when I tried this bar because you would never believe a stainless stair bar would actually remove those smelly odors from your hands.