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  • Elimates odor from hands: simply rub the bar between your hands with or without water, especially in between your fingers where smells can reside, just as you would with a bar of soap and neutralize the odor.
  • Lifetime Limited included: This odor removal bar comes with a 1-year Hassle-Free replacement and lifetime limited.
  • Measures 4" x 5-3/4" x 1-1/4"

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DelightfulWren286 asked this question on 03-02-2021 at 04:23 PM
03-02-2021 at 05:01 PM
Depends. It's meant to remove vegetable and allium-based odors from kitchen work. If that's what's causing your foot odor, then yes. If it's athlete's foot or non-cooking related you should see your doctor.
fuzzyfacedog asked this question on 03-02-2021 at 05:29 PM

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Not casting shade on whether or not this is an SD but you can accomplish the exact same thing by rubbing your hands on any stainless steel utensil in your kitchen drawer or for that matter, your stainless steel sink basin.

Better living through Chemistry!

https://www.thoughtco.com/how-sta...ors-602190
Instructions unclear
rubbed hands on stainless steel knives
Can I grind on the fridge?

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Absolutely bizarre, but the reviews are universally positive. Since this is an almost daily problem for me (particularly garlic), I'm going to give the magic a try.
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Not casting shade on whether or not this is an SD but you can accomplish the exact same thing by rubbing your hands on any stainless steel utensil in your kitchen drawer or for that matter, your stainless steel sink basin.

Better living through Chemistry!

https://www.thoughtco.com/how-sta...ors-602190
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Quote from dspindler :
Not casting shade on whether or not this is an SD but you can accomplish the exact same thing by rubbing your hands on any stainless steel utensil in your kitchen drawer or for that matter, your stainless steel sink basin.

Better living through Chemistry!

https://www.thoughtco.com/how-sta...ors-602190 [thoughtco.com]
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Can I grind on the fridge?
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
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rubbed hands on stainless steel knives
You joke but the article actually suggest rubbing your hands on stsinless steel knives. Lol
Couldn't they suggest something safer like Silverware?
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For the person that has 17,000 items in their house and knows how to use them.
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Quote from GreyPlant2621 :
Can I grind on the fridge?
If your fridge is stainless steel and you have a fishy odor, then that should work... in theory
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I have this, it works. So will pretty much any stainless steel, like a stainless steel sink, but the shape and size make this much easier to use.

I got it at a similar price on clearance at Target
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If anyone lives near a Daiso store, these are $3 there.
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Can I grind on the fridge?
I know who not to invite to my post covid dinner party.
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Slick deal: just use a stainless steel spoon or your stainless kitchen sink.
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Ok, how's this dark magic work??? and I wish I had a stainless steel fridge to grind on...
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