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Control Those Rolls of Foil and Wrap

If you (like I) get frustrated when you try to pull out a sheet of aluminum foil, plastic wrap, or waxed paper and the roll goes flying out causing you to have to "re-roll" the stuff, check this out.

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Some (but not all) of these packages actually have little 'punch in' tabs on the ends that will hold the rolls in place! All these years and I never knew that!

I noticed one of mine didn't have that option, so I used my steak knife and cut a 3 sided box shape. Leave one side uncut to allow you to push the square into the box to hold the roll. It worked!

Source: My daughter noticed it~

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November 21, 20140 found this helpful

I like your idea except- please don't use a steak knife to do these types of things. Invest in a ceramic cutter (NOT a ceramic knife). A ceramic cutter is something that will cut paper, plastic packaging and cardboard but can't cut your hand. I got one because my kitty is very curious whenever I open a box and I was afraid I was going to cut her. Mine is called a "Slice."

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April 27, 20150 found this helpful

GENIUS IDEA!!

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