4. Use bubble wrap to protect produce in the fridge
Line your refrigerator’s crisper drawer with bubble wrap to prevent bruises to fruit and other produce. Cleanup will be easier, too—when the lining gets dirty, just throw it out and replace it with fresh bubble wrap.
5. Use bubble wrap to add insulation
Cut window-size pieces of wide bubble wrap and duct-tape them to inside windows for added warmth and savings on fuel bills in winter. Lower the blinds to make it less noticeable.
6. Use bubble wrap to make a bedtime buffer
Keep cold air from creeping into your bed on a chilly night by placing a large sheet of bubble wrap between your bedspread or quilt and your top sheet. You’ll be surprised at how effective it is in keeping warm air in and cold air out.