Removing Seafood Odors From Hands

July 1, 2010

Woman with several fish on a cutting board pushing them away because they smellAfter eating blue crabs, our hands always smell bad even after several washings. We use cider vinegar on the claw meat, so when we are finished eating, we pour what is left from the little bowl over our hands and rub it like we are washing up. I'm sure vinegar would also help remove other odors due to handling.


By Jayme from Harrisonburg, VA

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Anytime I have food odors on my hands, esp onions or garlic I "wash" my hands with toothpaste (with breath freshener kind, or even mouth wash.

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April 11, 2001

To remove seafood odor from your hands after dealing with boiled shrimp, crab, fish, etc., simply sprinkle salt onto wet hands, rub and rinse. No more odors.

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