These amazing Aluminum Foil Hacks will make your life so much easier and they’re all inexpensive. Watch the video now!
We all have a roll or two of this inexpensive product in our cupboards and whether you prefer to spell it Aluminum or Aluminium you’ll be amazed at how many uses it has around the home and kitchen! We’ve found a video that shows you how to use a roll of Aluminum Foil to remove rust from metal objects but also 4 more very clever Aluminum Foil Hacks.
You can even use the foil to make ironing easier, repel bugs, replace a missing battery or make a homemade dryer sheet to name a few. Youcan even make your own Cookie Cutters too.
Make your own DIY Aluminimum Foil Roasting Rack in minutes for healthier and super crispy bacon! You can also use this idea for guilt free French Fries.
Aluminum Foil Hacks video tutorial via Mr Gear
The Best Aluminum Foil Hacks Video
We have included a quick video that has some awesome Aluminum Hacks that you will not want to miss. Click Play above to watch now ⇑
- Use Aluminum Foil to clean rust off metal tools or other metal objects (it’s perfect for rust removal on the legs of your outdoor furniture for example). Just take a sheet off the roll, scrunch it up and rub the rust spots and stains with the ball. This is ideal if you’ve got some rust spots on your metal tools. As you can see from the video above it takes just minutes to clean them up and will give them a whole new lease of life.
- You can even replace a missing battery with Aluminum Foil – this is really handy if you’ve got one battery still working. Replace the tired one with a piece of foil folded up firmly to the same size of the battery. This takes just a few minutes and will save you dollars as well as the inconvenience of having to pop to the store to get a replacement battery.
- Turn an ordinary frying pan into a nonstick pan quickly and easily – no more burnt on hard to clean off bits, particularly when you’re frying eggs. Press a piece of foil firmly into the pan and fold edges over carefully to fit – then just crack your eggs on top of the foil and lift out with the foil to slide onto your plate.
- Avoid scratches on your wooden floor when you’re moving furniture by simply placing a piece of foil under the feet of the furniture. It will slide smoothly and no scratches!
Aluminum Hack via Real Simple
Next time you are painting, cover your door knobs and handles with Aluminum. Simply wrap around and the aluminum will mold to the shape. This is a truly Brilliant idea don’t you think?
Tin Foil Paint Trick via Dump A Day
While we’re on the subject of Painting, here’s the ultimate Painting trick that will prevent lots of mess! Just cover your paint tray with Tin foil and then when it’s time to clean up, whip it off! This will come in very handy!
Aluminum Foil Hacks via My Paper Crane
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Aluminum Foil Hacks via Wonder How To
Another easy way to use Aluminum Foil to remove rust is to take a piece and dip it into some White Vinegar, then you can use the foil as a brush and rub off the rust easily. It’s also a lot less abrasive than Steel Wool so won’t scratch as it cleans.
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The photos above are of some swivel indoor chairs that we moved outdoors. They got caught in the rain and the result is rusted bases. When we were looking for some solutions, we came across the aluminum trick. All you need to do is dip your aluminum in soapy dish water and scrunch your aluminum in a ball and start rubbing vigorously. We couldn’t believe the results.
As you can see above, they were restored to brand new! We also tried it with Coke and whilst it worked, we didn’t find it as good. Be sure that if you are doing this on cement, to pop a towel underneath the item or you will end up with rust stains. Better still clean them on the grass or somewhere similar. It worked a treat and we were thrilled with the results!
We also tried it with Coke and whilst it worked, we didn’t find it as good. Be sure that if you are doing this on cement, to pop a towel underneath the item or you will end up with rust stains. Better still clean them on the grass or somewhere similar. It worked a treat and we were thrilled with the results!
Aluminum Hacks via Coupons
Aluminum comes in great for Campfire Treats too —> Check out the collection here
Love this idea for a Smoke Ball when grilling. Just place wood chips on your aluminum foil and wrap into a ball. Next, poke holes with a knife to allow smoke to ventilate. Finally, place ball directly on the fire when grilling.
Tin Can Grill via Dian Thomas
This Tin Can Grill is pure genius and aluminum is used as a heat conductor. This has to be one of our all time favorite camping hacks!
Aluminum Foil Hacks via The Secret Yumiverse
This handy infographic shows 7 totally different uses for Aluminum Foil – try making your own Scrub Pad, use strips in mulch to keep bugs away from your veggie garden, sharpen your scissors quickly or make ironing quicker.
Aluminum Foil Hacks via My Healthy Food Tips
Wrapping your feet in a few layers of Aluminum Foil for an hour will give you a boost of energy similar to a foot spa. If you keep the foil on all night it can help relieve foot pain and arthritic pain. Cutting strips of foil and popping them in the fridge for a couple of hours then placing on your face will give you an energy boost.
Aluminum Foil Hacks Photo via The Southern Lady Cooks
Aluminum Foil Hacks via Budget Savvy Diva
You can use Aluminum Foil to replace those expensive Dryer Sheets and it can be reused over and over. Simply scrunch it up tightly into a ball. It will last for 6 months and save you dollars!
We have many more money and time-saving cleaning posts on our site including the Best DIY Jewelry Cleaner so be sure check them all out and Pin your favorites.
How To Sharpen Scissors with Aluminum via Fab How
Aluminum Funnel via Real Simple
Another brilliant idea! Next time you need a funnel, use a piece of Aluminum. No more mess or dribbles!