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This Week's Tips

"I use the sandwich sized bags to store small lots of nails. I punch a hole in the left top of a bag and then hang it on a peg on a pegboard. The nails are then visible, accessible, and remain rust-free. No more tin can scramble to find the right nail for the job. Ziploc saves the day!"

James R., Escanaba, MI

"I always place a sandwich baggie over my hand before greasing a pan(such as a 9X13 pan), or before spreading cake/cookie/bar dough in a pan. Many cake, casserole and other recipes call for the pan to be greased. Many other recipes ask for you to smooth the mixture out in the pan.Place the baggie over your hand, grease the pan,then pull the baggie off when done so the greased part is now on the inside of the baggie. Same when spreading a sticky or doughy mixture, Then throw the baggie away and call it good! No fuss, no muss!"

Debbie M., Dallas, TX
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