15 Plastic Wrap Hacks for a Better Life

Plastic wrap is something we all have lying around the house for food storage, but did you know that this household staple has many different uses? We’ve compiled 15 creative and unexpected plastic wrap hacks other than food storage.

15 Plastic Wrap Hacks for a Better Life

Get that wrap out and use it to make the little things in your life just a bit easier!

1. No Freezer Burn


Tired of losing ice cream to freezer burn? Place plastic wrap under the carton lid to keep ice cream fresh.

2. Easy Cleaning


Place a layer of plastic wrap in the fridge underneath shelves and bins to avoid annoying spills. Instead of disassembling the fridge to get to hard to reach, crusty spills, simply remove and replace the wrap.

3. DIY To-Go Cup

cups to go

Used all your to-go cups and are facing your morning commute without coffee? Use press and seal plastic wrap to make any cup a to-go cup.

4. No-Mess Toiletries

No mess

If you’re traveling and taking toiletries, avoid leaky containers by putting plastic wrap underneath the lids of shampoo bottles, toothpaste tubes, and body wash containers.

5. Paint Preserver


You can also preserve paint by putting plastic wrap underneath the lid. It will keep your paint viable longer, making future touch ups easy.

6. DIY Fruit Fly Trap


Fruit flies bugging you? Use plastic wrap and a cup to make a DIY trap. Place something sweet like fruit in the bottom of the cup and punch a small hole in the plastic wrap covering the mouth of the cup. Flies can get in, but they can’t figure out the exit.

7. Nail Art


Marble nails by dabbing them in colors with a small wad of plastic wrap.

8. Gardening Comfort


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