You’ve been opening sealed bottles incorrectly – the proper method doesn’t require knives, scissors, or your teeth.
THERE’S NOTHING LIKE LEARNING A LIFE HACK TO SIMPLIFY YOUR DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES.
The internet has been blown by one woman’s tip for making your morning coffee method more hassle-free.
Kassie Dawn, who is known for sharing videos of her adorable toddlers on the internet, recently shared a video showing how to open bottled coffee creamer properly.
The helpful tip also applies to other sealed bottles.
Many of us struggle to lift the edge with a knife, cut a hole with scissors, or even resort to using our teeth when faced with that silver foil that closes a bottle.
This video’s hack demonstrates that it isn’t supposed to be that difficult.
Kassie broke the aluminum seal by removing the plastic lip from the coffee creamer, turning the lid flap open, and using the ridged portion inside the flap.
It only took a little pressure and a wrist turn.
The audience was both surprised and excited by the little-known trick.
“I have rheumatoid arthritis, and you’ve just made it possible for me to enjoy my coffee during a flare,” one grateful follower said.
“You are in my hands, and I adore you.”
The All Recipes TikTok page provided yet another tip to improve your coffee game.
This one required the use of a makeshift milk frother.
“I’m going to use this old soap bottle to froth milk,” the woman says in the video.
“Clean out your old soap bottle thoroughly.
To get rid of the odor, I mixed baking soda with hot water.”
She poured her milk into the foam soap dispenser bottle and began pumping it into a coffee cup.
The trick worked, and milk poured out of the tip, white, abundant, and foamy.
“You don’t need a fancy frother, you can keep it in the fridge, and you’ll always have frothed milk,” she concluded.
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