The ‘game-changing’ way to stop your cling wrap roll from moving as you pull it out you NEVER knew about
- Melbourne woman discovers the ultimate ‘game-changing’ hack for cling wrap
- The hack stops the roll from moving out of the box while plastic is being pulled
- To perform the simple hack she simply pushes the end tabs into the hollow roll
- Alice’s video has more than 38,000 views and comments from stunned followers
An Australian woman has discovered a game-changing cling wrap hack that stops the popular kitchen essential from moving while plastic is being pulled out.
Melbourne TikTok creator Alice James says this is the best hack ‘she’s ever found’ and cannot believe she didn’t know the simple trick sooner.
‘I think I’m going to change your life… I just can’t believe it,’ Alice said in her TikTok.
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The TikTok creator, says this is the best hack ever and cannot believe she didn’t know the simple trick sooner that stops a cling-wrap roll moving while being plastic is pulled out
To perform the two-step cling wrap trick she presses on the red circular tab at the left end of the box.
Once the tab has been pushed inside the hollow cling-wrap roll she sets it upright to secure it from moving.
Alice repeats the same step but with the right end of the box and ensures that the tab has been securely pushed inside the roll.
She then pulls the cling wrap plastic out of the box without the roll moving away and effortlessly wraps up her leftovers – it’s that easy.
Alice’s TikTok tutorial has received more than 38,000 views and hundreds of comments from stunned followers.
‘I was today years old when I learnt this! Omg, thanks for sharing,’ a follower wrote.
Alice then pulls the cling-wrap plastic out of the box without the roll moving away and effortlessly wraps up her leftovers – it’s that easy
Another woman who discovered the cling wrap ‘locking mechanism’ back in 2019, excitedly shared the hack in a popular Facebook page.
‘Please tell me I’m not the only one that didn’t know about the little holes in the end of wraps and foils,’ she wrote.
The woman’s post attracted hundreds of comments from other page members who were just as impressed by the simple trick.
Hundreds of comments from women who were just as impressed by the simple trick – many of them surprised they had never noticed it there before even though it is clearly labelled (pictured)
Many shared in the comments that the little box tabs can be found on Glad brand cling wrap and baking paper as well as Multix’s Alfoil.
‘Um I had no idea myself… who thinks to read things on Glad Wrap and Glad Bake boxes… not me,’ an impressed person responded.
‘I discovered this by accident once. Such an effective box design. I was thoroughly impressed,’ another wrote.
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