You’ve likely used aluminum foil to help keep food fresh and tasty, from wrapping a sandwich or burrito to covering a casserole dish. But while that might be its primary purpose, it’s hardly the only use for aluminum foil.
You can enlist the household staple to help you with tasks ranging from sharpening scissors to making your clothes iron more efficient.
What this video from HGTV to learn about more ways you can use aluminum foil around the house:
Oh, and remember: There’s no need to shell out more for brand-name aluminum foil. It’s among the items we cite in “20 Products You Should Always Buy Generic.”
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