10 Uses for Wax Paper
This kitchen-drawer essential is a cook's secret weapon for keeping food from sticking, but check out these other slick ways it can be put to use
Rub spades and other hand tools with a balled-up piece of wax paper; the roughness loosens grime, while the wax coats the metal to help prevent rust.
Keep grease, oil, and dust from workshop shelves and drawers by covering them with a sheet of wax paper.
Help the zipper on your tool bag slide along its track more easily by lightly running over the teeth with wax paper.
Buff faucets with wax paper to give the surface a coating that will deflect beads of moisture and temporarily minimize water spots.
Place a strip of wax paper under the tip of a caulk gun or glue bottle to catch any drips; or sandwich a sheet between a glued item and a clamp to keep it from sticking once the glue dries.
Place a layer of wax paper on top of upper kitchen cabinets where dust and grease particles gather. Every few months, switch out the paper for a fresh sheet.
Rub wax paper along a door's edge to keep it from jamming in the frame.