You will be doing more than cooking with foil from now on!
We spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Whether it be cooking delicious meals, spending time with family, or cleaning up the mess afterward, we put the kitchen and its utensils to good use. Aluminum foil is a common item when it comes to cooking up something tasty, but this item has way more use than we give it credit for. These 10 out-of-the-box uses for foil will have you using Reynolds Wrap all over your home!
#1 Dispose Of Hot Oil With Ease
Making delicious fried food is messy, and cleaning up is another story. Use aluminum foil to form around a bowl and pour the hot oil inside. When it cools you can easily remove the foil from the bowl and throw it in the garbage.
#2 Get More Use Out Of Your Freezer Bags
Say goodbye to freezer burn for good! Use aluminum foil to seal a freezer bag by placing a piece of foil over the opening of the bag and using a hot iron to seal it shut.
#3 Tackle A Dirty Pan In Your Kitchen
Take a piece of aluminum foil and scrub grime off of a dirty pan, it definitely beats scrubbing it by hand for hours!
#4 Make Your Own Stylus Pen
Wrap a pen in a piece of tin foil to create your own stylus to use on your mobile device or other electronics.
#5 Get Your Grill Looking Brand New
Grills can accumulate a lot of grease and grime. Use a piece of aluminum foil to rub the rust right off the grill.
#6 Carry An Easily-Collapsible Funnel
Take a few layers of tin foil to form a sturdy funnel. No cleanup required!
#7 Power Your Electronics
If your batteries are loose and not functioning in a remote or other electronic, place a tiny ball of foil to fill the space. Works like a charm.
#8 Keep Your Scissors Sharp
Take a few pieces of aluminum foil and cut through them with a pair of scissors a couple of times to sharpen the blades.
#9 Roast A Turkey To Perfection
Place a bunch of small balled-up pieces of tin foil at the bottom of your crock pot to cook the most delicious roast!
#10 Save Money On Laundry
Avoid buying dryer sheets by using foil instead. Wrap some tennis balls in aluminum foil and throw them in the dryer with your clothes. Keep the static out of your clothes while saving some extra dough!