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Thread: more uses 4 alumin foil

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    http://video.about.com/frugalliving/5-Uses-For-Foil.htm
    You might find this interesting and helpful.

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    Great info! BTW - your avatar is absolutely beautiful!

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    Very interesting. I'm going to try some of those things. Thanks for sharing.

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    Who would have thought? Think I'll make a grilled cheese sandwich for lunch while I am sewing. That way I don't have to stop and go to the kitchen. Very inventive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWinston
    Who would have thought? Think I'll make a grilled cheese sandwich for lunch while I am sewing. That way I don't have to stop and go to the kitchen. Very inventive.
    :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Thanks. I'm going to do some of these :)

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    My main use for foil is to cover celery and other veggies with it. Makes them last and last. Don't know why, it just does.

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    Cool! I wonder if you need to use a new sheet of foil in every load. If not, that sure would cut down on the expense of fabric sheets.

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    I want to see if it really does sharpen scissors!

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    I'm gonna try it on scissors & maybe some of the others too

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