Why You Need To Store Cling Film In The Freezer

At times, working with cling film is an inconvenience; it is electrified, torn, sticks together into a lump. You can't always live without it though. For example, if you are making homemade pasta or rolling out dough. To save time and hassle, store the cling film not in the closet but the freezer. Here is a hack that will make your life easier.

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If you have enough space in your freezer, keep the film in it at all times. If not, put it in the fridge at least a couple of minutes before using.

It will be more convenient to work with the film the longer it is exposed to the cold.

Ice cold air will reduce electrification. After that, the film will then be simpler to tear off in the exact amount that is required.

Why You Need To Store Cling Film In The Freezer
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This freezer trick also works with clothes that are highly electrified. Just put it in the freezer while you go to work and take it out just before leaving.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Life hacker