Does This Odor-Absorbing Screen Really Eliminate Strong Cooking Smells? Chef Jeff Mauro Tried It!

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Playing Chef Jeff Mauro Tries An Odor-Absorbing Splatter Screen (No More Garlic Smell?!)

You know when you cook something that's a little bit stinky (say, garlic!) and the smell (and taste!) brings you unbridled joy—until you get up to your bedroom and that smell WILL NOT leave?

Well, Chef Jeff Mauro and his wife, Sarah Mauro, certainly do!

As Sarah told Rach, "I love our house, because it's so open. But no matter what we do, the smell [of our cooking] just seems to travel up the stairs. I vacuum compulsively, I light 7,000 candles…"

"I've dabbled in incenses, too!" Jeff jokes. "And it just gets smokey."

No surprise, then, that they were extremely game to try out a product aimed at eliminating kitchen odors.

Product: Stainless-Steel Odor Absorbing Splatter Screen

Stainless-Steel Odor Absorbing Splatter Screen

Stainless-Steel Odor Absorbing Splatter Screen

Williams Sonoma
$33

Claims to eliminate splatters and cooking aromas using "an odor-absorbing fabric that was originally developed for sports bags – and is equally at home in the kitchen."

Too good to be true? That's what the Mauros were ready to find out when they put it to the test! Watch them try it out and hear their review in the video above.

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