When you open a new tube of anything, there is a protective foil seal. Instead of fighting your way with peeling it off, use one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century—the little spike.
Simply tun the cap over, insert the spike into the foil, and “voila,” no hassle with peeling things off anymore.
P Is For Pringles
This is not really something the product's manufacture gave us, but more of a user upgrade. Pringles are the king of potatoes chips. They are the best of them all, but what happens when your hand just won't fit in the tube?
Simply place a piece of rolled paper into the tube, and there you go—a homemade paper slide for those stubborn pringles at the bottom of the tube.
The Other Side of the Ice Tray
The ice trays are used mainly for ice. No surprise here; however, we tend to believe that they have another native purpose. We believe that it is called an ice tray only by accident and that it originally was named the infused butter tray.
Melt the butter, infuse with your favorite herbs and pour into the tray. Freeze and use whenever you desire—homemade infused butter. You won't get any fresher than this.
We all know why sunglasses were invented, and during the summer hot days, most people will have a pair on. But did you ever wonder what lies behind this invention, that is not the sun?
Apparently, snow is more blinding than the sun, so people living in the Arctic came up with these sunglasses to protect their eyes from the dazzling snow.
Stripes on Headphone Jacks
The stripes on the headphones have one of the most important roles in the world. Without them, you would think you are deaf in one ear. The stripes hold wires which direct the sounds to each headphone.
Without them, your favorite music would be heard only through one phone. Never neglect the stripes!