If there’s something in my kitchen that I always stack up on, it’s aluminum foil. Foil paper is so versatile and can be used in more ways than you expected. Although we can use it in so many different ways, a lot of people (including me, sometimes) don’t make maximum use of this handy product. But believe me when I say this that this post, and the video shared below, will change the way you use aluminum foil around the house.
We commonly use aluminum to wrap up leftover foods, remove static electricity from our clothes (in the dryer), and time-to-time, to clean the insides of the oven. Right? Although these uses are perfectly fine and life-saving, there are other things that you can do with aluminum that you probably didn’t even think possible.
For example, how about speeding up your wifi connection with a hand from our trusted friend, aluminum foil? People also use aluminum as a liner for their pots and pans to ensure that the food doesn’t burn (as common as this may sound, it never occurred to me that simply lining a pan with foil can prevent all those kitchen mishaps!).