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Only certain gauges of steel????
Carol (Florida) 8/13/2009 8:53 PM
> stainless steel must be the correct gauge Why would only certain "gauges" work to remove odors????
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An even more convenient source
Diane (NC) 3/27/2009 12:18 PM
Probably 20 yrs. ago a friend told me about rubbing my hands on the stainless steel water spigot right there over the kitchen sink! Been doing it ever since, and have told many others in turn. Works great!
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It Does Work
E. Chapman (Louisiana) 3/23/2009 12:11 PM
Yes, it is true, that stainless steel is what makes it work so well. Other reviewers stated that you could just hold stainless steel utensils under cold running water and get the same effect... Not true. The stainless steel must be the correct gauge, or other wise it will not work. This is the perfect balance of stainless steel alloy. Try it!!!
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It Does Work
E. Chapman (Louisiana) 3/23/2009 12:08 PM
Yes, it is true, that stainless steel is what makes it work so well. Other reviewers stated that you could just hold stainless steel utensils under cold running water and get the same effect... Not true. The stainless steel must be the correct gauge, or other wise it will not work. This is the perfect balance of stainless steel alloy. Try it!!!
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CooksInTinyKitchen
Lyles (Maryland) 12/24/2008 9:19 PM
You don't even need to rub cutlery. Simply hold 2 stainless steel spoons under running water for about 1 minute. That's it; garlic odors gone!

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