When listing some of the healthiest food in the world, you should not fail to include fish. Unfortunately, some people can’t eat it due to the unpleasant odor that it leaves on your hands and utensils. Luckily, there are some home remedies that can help you get off the stubborn smell from your hands. Check below for the interesting tips.
Wash your hands thoroughly using some warm water. Rinse any sticky toothpaste using clean running water. If you notice that the toothpaste is stubborn, use soapy water to wash it away. Can you use any toothpaste? Yes. Use what you have though if your toothpaste contains baking soda the better. The smell of the fish will disappear, and your hands will smell fresh. Other than the toothpaste, stainless steel can be another good option. Check below.
2.Rubbing Hands on Stainless Steel
Take soap and water and clean your hands thoroughly then rinse them. If your faucet is not stainless steel, look around in your kitchen for other stainless steel objects you can use. You can also consider buying a stainless steel bar whose work is to remove bad smells. Remember, leaving any fish pieces on your faucet is bad since your tap will start smelling bad. So once you are through, clean the faucet and make sure that there is no single piece left.
3.Baking Soda Paste
Apply the paste all over your hand. Don’t forget to apply it at the back of your arms and even the fingers. After a minute, open your tap and clean your hands thoroughly. Soap and water can help you get rid of any paste residues. You can smell your hands to confirm that there is no fish smell left.
4.Lemon and Vinegar Cleaner
Your main concern might be that the utensils and the chopping boards have an unpleasant smell. Should you throw them away? Off course not, that’s wastage. So, how do you get rid of the smell of fish? Read the tips below.
Use Soapy Water
Start by rinsing the chopping board and utensils using cold water to remove the fish pieces. Take some hot water and the soap and wash them thoroughly. Rinse them well. Interestingly, the smell will disappear.
Use Sterilizing Fluid
Tips of Reducing Smell When Cooking Your Fish
Vanish with vinegar
If you can’t withstand the strong smell when frying the fish, use this simple step. In a bowl, put some white vinegar. When you start frying the fish, place the bowl next to the stove. It will absorb the smell and leave the room fresh.
If you don’t have vinegar, you can choose to fry the fish outside the house. You will not have the worries of the house smelling the entire day.
The unpleasant fish smell should not hinder you from frying and enjoying the delicacy. Use the right home remedies to get rid of the smell off your hands and utensils. Things like baking soda paste, stainless steel, toothpaste, lemon and vinegar are readily available. It’s also easy to deal with the smell when you are frying your fish. You can decide to fry it outside. You can also place a bowl of white vinegar next to the stove to absorb the smell in the air. Once you handle the smell, you have no problem frying the fish at your convenience.