Your days of putting your drain in danger are now over.
Cooking and cleaning are two tasks that we do not always enjoy. That does not mean that we can simply avoid them entirely, though. Meanwhile, there are some of us who love to cook and hate to clean. There are even folks who love to clean and hate to cook. Unfortunately, these two chores are often intertwined, and hot grease is one of the worst messes of all to clean up.
We wish that there was a hack that could help us through this nightmarish experience. Whether you are cooking some hamburgers or some steak, this grease leaves behind more mess than we know what to do with. Sure, you can pour it down the sink, and that works okay. Wouldn’t you like a method that isn’t quite as risky, though?
This mother is here to help. If you’re anything like us, you may store some of your grease in a jar for later use. When you don’t want to save the grease, this hack is a game-changer. Beyond The Hem Boutique provided the hack and their Facebook provides no shortage of useful information.
I was today years old when I learned this. 😲 Need to pour out hot grease? Fold a sheet of foil and form it to your…
To dispose of your grease without any fuss, you’ll just need a little bit of tin foil. Pour the grease from the pan into the foil and give it a little while to cool off. Once the grease has had a chance to become solid, you can simply wad up the foil and throw it in the trash. Let it cool completely before placing it in the trash or you are going to have an even bigger mess on your hands.
They thank the Loft Boutique for passing the hack along and we are grateful to them as well. Let’s say that you want to use the grease for a different purpose, though. Did you know that it can be utilized as a weed killer? All you need to do is pour the grease in areas where you do not want the weeds to grow.
When it comes to pouring the grease down the drain, you have no more excuses, and there’s no need to keep using this outdated disposal method. Your days of putting your drain in danger are now over.SKM: below-content placeholder