Have you ever been irritated when trying to cut off a piece of clingy plastic wrap, aluminum foil, wax or parchment paper? The box slips and you have a mile long trail of product?
Did you know the ends of the box have tabs? Just push them in to secure the roll and no more tumbling out!
Are you heading to your kitchen to check this out?
Elizabeth ~To eat is a necessity, to eat intelligently is an art.~ La Rochefoucauld
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Tuesday's Kitchen Tips - Know your Wrap, Paper and Foil Boxes!Have you ever been irritated when trying to cut off a piece of clingy plastic wrap, aluminum foil, wax or parchment paper? The box slips and you have a mile long trail of product?<br /><br />Did you know the ends of the box have tabs? Just push them in to secure the roll and no more tumbling out!<br /><br />Are you heading to your kitchen to check this out?
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