Clothes Pin to Close Food Packaging

When I open a packet of cereal and there is no ziplock top to re-close it, I fold the packet up and put a clothes peg on it. It is then air tight until it is finished. I use pegs even if I open a packet of frozen vegetables or goods.

By Janell from Hamilton, New Zealand

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December 6, 20100 found this helpful

We utilize clothes pins for chips and cracker packages. Works real good.

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December 8, 20100 found this helpful

I use them for all of these and I also use them to hang skirts and slacks from the waist. That way I don't get the bent leg crease and don't have to press before wearing.

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