cling film adheres well. It's so good in his job that sometimes makes your job (sealing off remnants) a total pain. Get ready to fold tomorrow's lunch, doubling up on yourself, inseparable from the other shift. POOH.
Tidying up the food could be done much faster by simply changing the kitchen. Do not store the plastic wrap in a drawer, but move it into the freezer, advises TODAY Food.
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For two main reasons, the material temporarily loses some of its stickiness when stored in the cold: First, the cooler air reduces the annoying static electricity. Second, the molecular composition of the plastic envelope ̵
"Adhesion between plastic parts may be caused by the rearrangement of molecules in the surface to form weak chemical bonds," Dr. Chad Orzel, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Union College, TODAY Food. "And the lower temperature can inhibit this process a bit."
This theory makes sense, but what happens if you actually put it to the test? Carolyn Forte, director of Cleaning Appliances & Textiles Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute, tried out this Internet kitchen hack – with surprisingly successful results.
"The plastic wrap was much easier to unroll and use," she confirms. "It does not stay with itself when it's cold, but it still serves to cover up a dish – when it gets warm, it gets sticky again, but it's definitely easier to handle when it's cold."
TIP: Use the sliding tabs on the sides of the box to secure the roll.
Are you looking for a greener (and ultimately cheaper) alternative to disposable or plastic packaging? Check out the reusable Stasher silicone bags, another favorite of the Good Housekeeping Institute. They are safe for the freezer, microwave and dishwasher, and the pockets stayed extremely tight and airtight in our tests.
But for the times when you need to use a cling film, z. B. Christmas biscuits !, Start with a small kitchen conversion. In addition, the additional space for the drawers will always be useful.