10 Uses for Aluminum Foil
It's been capping casseroles and wrapping brownies for nearly 100 years. Check out these other clever uses for foil
It's been capping casseroles and wrapping brownies for nearly 100 years. Check out these other clever uses for foil.
Crumple a piece of foil, and use it to rub rust spots off car bumpers and shower-curtain rods.
Curl a section of foil into a cone shape, secure it with tape, and start pouring.
Fold a 1-square-inch piece of foil several times and insert it between a battery and a loose spring to hold it in place and complete the circuit.
Place a sheet of foil over a loose self-stick vinyl tile, and press a hot iron over the foil until the adhesive backing melts and sticks to the subfloor.
Fold a sheet of foil several times and cut through it with a pair of dull scissors to sharpen the blades.
Wrap a piece of plywood in foil and tuck it behind a radiator to reflect heat into the room.
Wrap door handles, knobs, and drawer pulls with foil for quick paint-job protection.
Ball up a square of foil, and use it to scrub off black bits.
Set your scrubber on a piece of foil to keep rust away.
Line a glass pan with foil, add several spoonfuls of baking soda, fill the pan with boiling water, and drop in tarnished silverware for a quick cleaning.