We all know that although garlic tastes wonderful and is a welcome addition to virtually any savoury dish, the smell that it leaves behind on your fingers is less than appealing.
But! Help is at hand.
When your fingers are covered in garlic, wash them with water and a bar of stainless steel soap. If you can't find stainless steel soap, or can't be bothered buying it, use something closer to hand - your stainless steel kitchen sink.
The steel reacts with the garlic residue, removing the smell from your fingers. Just like that!