I was told that Kerodox (is it Kerodex?) helps with that smell on your hands after anatomy lab. I bought a tube and tried it, and it sorta works. It works better if I apply a lot of it. I tried to "set it" with cold water like it says to do on the back of the tube. I feel like I ended up just patting it off when I was patting my hands dry. Does anybody want to let me know what method of Kerodox application works for them? Or, what other things can I do to reduce that smell, so I can enjoy my dinner to the fullest? BTW, my husband says that there is a big difference between using kerodox and not using kerodox. If I don't use it, even a long shower won't get the latex smell of my hands. If I do use it, the smell will be very faint after a few hours of being away from the lab.