26 Genius Ways To Use Tin Foil!
I love when I find some genius new way to use an everyday item, and this time…it’s tin foil! You won’t believe some of the “Ah-Ha!” moments I had reading through some of these. Let me just tell you…the first one has been a game changer for me. Whenever I cook bacon or ground beef, I’m always scrambling for some sort of vessel to pour the hot grease into. It is the PERFECT solution! I’m betting you’re going go to love the genius ways to use tin foil below, as much as I do!
Mold tin foil to a bowl and pour hot grease into it. Crumple and throw away when cool! via My Life As Mrs. Walker
Create A Simple Funnel via Reynolds Kitchen
Make mini s’more cookers via Lancaster Online
Wrap tin foil around the top of the banana bunch to keep from browning via A Bit of This a Dash of That
Doorknob Cover for Painting via Real Simple
Removing Rust From Chrome via Hearts and Sharts
Use tin foil in place of a wire scrub brush via My American Confessions
Fry an egg on the grill via Eggs.ca
Sharpen a Hole Punch With Foil via Craftionary
Keep birds out of your berry bushes with strips of tin foil via Deb’s Garden
Clean your grill without harsh chemicals using tin foil via The Daily Adventure
Decorate your nails with tin foil via Crafty Nail
Sharpen your scissors and sewing tools by cutting tin foil via So Sew Easy
Use crumpled tin foil instead of a dryer sheet via The Creek Line House
Use tin foil for getting great reflective light in product photos via Handmadeology
Easy tin foil pendant necklace crafts via Make and Takes
Never have to clean your oven! Put tin foil in the bottom via Aunt Peaches
Make yummy DIY bread cones via Wonderful DIY
Make your own custom cookie cutters via Say Not Sweet Anne
Make a cool tin foil card via The SC Design Studio
Tin foil drawings via Art Club Blog
Tin foil letters via Watcha Workin On?
Refinish a dresser with tin foil via Sugar Bee Crafts
Make tin foil icicles for winter via Bella Dia
Iron your clothes twice as fast by laying tin foil on your ironing board via Sisters with Stuff
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