Uses for Twist Ties
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When buying bread, look at the twist tie and it will tell you how old it is ... Each day has a different color, as follows: Monday = Blue, Tuesday = Green, Thursday = Red, Friday = White, Saturday = Yellow
By Brenda Cole Editor's Note: I had never heard of this tip before. I wonder if this system is specific to one grocery store or chain or universally used. Sheri 0 found this helpful
When buying produce, be sure to use the ties the store provides. These work great for tying things together, wires, food bags, etc. I can always find a use for them.
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When doing a craft that uses short lengths of fine wire and you happen to run out, you can use the wire in the twist ties.
Hold twelve strips with a pliers over the sink and light the end with a match. When it burns to the pliers, let them fall into the sink, the rest burns off.
With a Kleenex wipe the wires to remove any residue. Your good to go.
This was my idea when making miniatures flowers for my doll house and I ran out of wire in mid winter and I did not want to go out.
By Aunt Rose
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What do you use with your twist ties?
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