5 Things To Do With Funnels (1/5)

Although they're often relegated to the back of the junk drawer, kitchen funnels have tons of uses. Here are five creative new ways to put kitchen funnels to work.

1. Use a Funnel to Make a String Dispenser

1. Use a Funnel to Make a String Dispenser

Don’t get yourself tied up in knots over tangled string. Nail a large funnel to the wall, with the stem pointing down. Place a ball of string in the funnel and thread the end through the funnel’s stem. Voila—you now have an instant knot-free string dispenser.

First   1   . . .   »   Last

More From Reader’s Digest

  • 5 Things To Do with Dental Floss5 Things To Do with Dental Floss Chances are, you’re not flossing as much as you should be—but it’s even more likely you’re not using dental floss to its full potential. Here are five clever new uses for dental floss that […] Posted in Best Tips
  • 5 Things To Do with Cotton Balls5 Things To Do with Cotton Balls Just because they’re light and fluffy doesn’t mean cotton balls aren't up to tough jobs all around the house! Here are five brilliant new uses for cotton balls. Posted in Best Tips
  • 5 Things To Do with Duct Tape5 Things To Do with Duct Tape When you're at the cottage, there are very few problems that can't be solved with a roll of duct tape. Here are five clever duct tape hacks that can save your summer vacation. Posted in Best Tips