My 10% cream comes with a lid that isn't on tight. It's not sealed. You find the pull off seal once you take off the lid.I'll try the rubber band, but I'm not giving up on pliers. You want the cap off a quart of Land O Lakes half and half? Pliers, pal. Just don't squeeze hard. And afterward, invert the cap and slit it 6 o'clock to 12, and from, 9 to 3. Will still providfe a seal but open easily.
I have a silicon brush I bought at the Dollar Tree I have had forever that I like quite well.I love my pliers! I have a pair of pliers dedicated to kitchen use. They come in handy for pulling the integument off pork ribs, to get a good grip on a small jar while getting it open for the first time, and for multiple other uses. I also have one of the paint scrapers and use it to clean burnt on messes on the glass top stove, and to scrape off the remains of labels on jars I plan to reuse.
Not exactly a tool, but the cheap chip paint brushes are great for basting. At the grocery or restaurant supply, they cost about $1.50 each. I get a multi-pack of 2 inch brushes at Harbor Freight for much less. They survive the dishwasher and one will last me for quite a while.
Sorry for the late delay but just joined last week, LOL. Did you try running it through the dishwasher? What do you use it for? If you use it for food stuff do you really want to use WD-40 on it?I have a small adjustable wrench that I use in the kitchen. It has now collected a bunch of kitchen goo and I can't turn the whatever-you-call-the-thing-you-turn to adjust it. Who knows the best way to clean that? WD-40?
Both my husband and I have severe arthritis in our hands and we've discovered an opener that has been a godsend. We love it. Have a look here: https://www.amazon.com/Suffering-Ar...Slip-Heavy-Duty/dp/B07QVWJ6VN?ref_=ast_sto_dp
I’m building 18 kitchen drawers. At first I thought I could get away with just making drawer fronts to replace the existing ones, but it turns out the old ones are glued to the drawer box. So I’m now making the rest of each drawer out of 1/2” Baltic birch plywood and using Blum epoxy slides. So here’s my question: What finish, if any, do you recommend for the plywood box? I’m thinking maybe a quick single coat of water-based poly, but I’m open to other suggestions. Thanks.Jar-openers come in many designs, mostly clumsy and of limited capacity: to buy one is to discover on a sudden that you have an unlimited supply of jars and bottles either too big or too small. I use and recommend a strap wrench, aka oil-filter wench, available at kitchen utensils manufacturer. Of course it always helps to remember to try slipping a screwdriver (never a knife) under the edge of the lid--a little twist can do wonders--and to twist the bottle, not the cap. Can't possibly cost over foive bucks, except at Williams-Sonoma.
Every house painter has a little gadget that serves as a handle for a single-edge razor blade. Best thing ever for scraping the blots that inevitably get on window panes when painting sash and muntins. Also the best thing ever for scraping the burnt bottoms of pans or the ceramicized drips baked onto glass stovetops. Pretty much eliminates the need for sprays and chemical cleaners. If you can't find one for less that three bucks you're not looking hard enough.