A chef's best friend, wax paper is used for its non-stick properties and wrapping food to prevent moisture to soak through. But it has uses outside the kitchen too. Here are 5 other things to do with wax paper.
From Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things, Reader's Digest Canada
Here are some things to do with wax paper. Before 1927, wax paper was sold in pre-cut sheets. Inventor Nicholas Marcalus then came up with the idea of putting wax paper on a roll in a box with a built-in cutter.