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Norpro Garlic Peeler
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You need to roll a garlic clove inside the garlic peeler and then roll it with a palm of your hand. If you push a little harder you can smash the garlic as well as peel it. The garlic clove is peeled quickly and your hands are left clean and ordor free. I use a paper towel to clean the peeler between the cloves when needed so it is not slippery.
I also use this garlic peeler to open sticky bottle caps. Its textures surface grips very well and it is a little thicker than the other gripper cloth I have for opening caps, so I find that the garlic peeler gives my hands a slightly better protection.
The size of the peeler is 5" x 5".
I received this garlic peeler from the manufacture for testing and sharing my experience with it (good or bad) with other potential buyers. I hope the video gives you a good idea of what to expect.
Ali Julia review
This gadget is just phenomenal - it saves me a lot of time. I highly recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you cut the top of the garlic clove, the skin comes out very easy and it is not necessary to press hard. You will get a whole clove, not a smashed one. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rosa
I sent this one as a gift. I bought one for my self a while back and found it so handy to use and easy to clean. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Richard Robinett
I like this because you can peel ALOT of garlic. Rolling garlic will produce sticky juice. Then it's hard to keep peeling them if using a tube. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jenny Lens
This is my second one. I owned my previous one for many years and wore it out. As it's made of rubber, it was bound to crack and wear out with age. Read morePublished 22 months ago by tracy turner
Works great! Just wrap your garlic clove tightly inside (like you would roll up a sleeping bag), rub it back and forth on the counter a couple of times, and unroll. Read morePublished on August 19, 2014 by Steph G