Storing Plastic Wrap in the Freezer Makes It WAY Easier to Handle
The problem:Cling wrap, well, clings. It's so good at its job that it sometimes makeyourjob (sealing up leftovers) a total pain. Unspool some to fold over tomorrow's lunch and it doubles back onto itself, inseparable from the other layer. UGH.
The solution:Dinner clean-up could go a lot faster though by making a simple swap in the kitchen. Instead of storing your plastic wrap in a drawer, trymoving it to the freezer, TODAY Food advises.
The material temporarily loses some of its stickiness when kept in the cold for two main reasons: First, the cooler air cuts back on that annoying static electricity. Second, the molecular makeup of plastic wrap — a polyethylene with additional adhesives — changes when it's exposed to a different climate.
"The adhesion between pieces of plastic may be driven by the molecules in the surface rearranging themselves to form weak chemical bonds," Dr.
Video: Preventing Freezer Burn with film wrap, freezer wrap
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