The freezer and refrigerator compartment are usually used to freeze food products. However, they can be used alternatively for many other things in everyday life. Here they are!
To reopen sealed envelopes
If you have to open an already sealed letter envelope, you don't have to tear it open. To open the envelope, place it in a plastic bag in the freezer for 2 hours. Then immediately open it with a thin knife to slide under the lid of the envelope. Once the envelope has warmed up, it can be re-glued.
Make candles last longer
Put the candles in the freezer 1 day before using them. twice as much as predicted.
Clean jeans without water
Washing jeans almost always means shrinkage and color fading. With the freezer, you have nothing to worry about. The only thing that could happen is that the jeans absorb the smell of the freezer and various products. To avoid this, put pants and jeans in a canvas bag. Close it tightly and leave overnight in the freezer.
For disinfection of wooden dishes
Since wood is a natural material, it is much more susceptible to the build-up of germs and bacteria. Even after washing, it is not completely certain that your wooden utensils are disinfected.
So put them in for a week. This will surely kill the bacteria. Then wash the dishes again.
To keep seeds longer
If you have flower, herb or vegetable seeds, put them in the freezer. This will keep them he althy as long as possible before it's time to sow them.
Extend the life of nylon stockings and tights
To prevent walking with a loop in the nylon stocking, keep your tights in the freezer the day before you put them on. Low temperatures make the nylon material stronger and prevent it from being easily injured.
Remove old balls on wool sweaters
On old sweaters and cotton blouses you get annoying balls. To remove them more easily, put the garment in the freezer for 24 hours. Then wash in the washing machine and you will see how easily the balls fall off the garment.