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Rubber bands give little fingers a better grip on a chilly or slippery glass
Rubber Bands as Sandwich Labels Distinguishing chicken salad from tuna is no picnic. Next time you’re packing sandwiches, stretch a thick rubber band around each one and label it with a permanent marker. Divvying up lunch will be a snap.
Rubber Bands 1. Open jars with ease. When a small lid won’t budge, wrap a rubber band around it several times to give you a better grip. 2. Decorate Easter eggs. Arrange rubber bands in a pattern around hard-boiled eggs, then dip them into dye. Remove the bands when the eggs are dry. 3. Bring order to your dishwasher. Tether stemware and other delicate, wobbly items to the rack. 4. Wrap a gift. Use multiple colored rubber bands instead of ribbon to add modern flair to a small present.
parmesan cheese containter lids will fit on mason jars! How about keeping baking soda by the sink for a mildly abrasive cleanser. Or flour near where you kneed your bread - just sprinkle on the counter.
The BEST way I have found to remove Labels from jars and containers! Minimal elbow grease required! Perfect for upcycling into crafting containers!