Lock-in Tabs – Pin Challenge – Day 5

Today’s pin challenge is one of those “Duh” things followed by, “Oh! Sweet!” I’ve been testing the theory on all brands, not just Reynolds wrap for their “lock-in tabs” and these exist on every single plastic wrap or aluminum foil box you find. First of all, it’s kind of ridiculous that my entire life I never knew about this. As for the boxes I have, there are NO directions or talk about lock-in tabs. Granted, the box speaks German to me so I have no idea what it’s saying but I’m pretty sure it doesn’t tell me about this tip! Yes, it talks to me.

Anywho, this is a quick post! I’m in the middle of my 6th load of laundry today (YIKES!) so I have to get back to it!

The greatest thing about it is that it really does make it a lot easier to utilize! I hate these things anyways. The roll usually falls out of the box and then I have to figure out how to roll up a bunch of crinkled plastic. Not ok. So this gives it that little extra security! I so should host infomercials.

The link to pinterest is here and the link to the actual site with lots of DIY or clever ideas to make your life easier is here.

If you want to play along, be sure to check out the Pinterest Challenge rules and leave your link in the comments. I will update the page with your information! Let’s link up!!!

Until next time, Readers!!! xoxoxoxoxo

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