8. Soften Brown Sugar. It’s true, foil works better than a microwave for softening brown sugar. Preheat the oven to 300 degrees. Line a baking sheet with foil, spread the brown sugar on top, and bake for about 5 minutes.
9. Frost a Cake. Who needs fancy pastry bags when you have foil around? Roll foil (if your brand isn’t very strong, do a second layer of foil) into a cone. Leave a tiny opening at the bottom, and fold the top of it down to prevent spillage.
10. Keep Bread Warm. Don’t let those rolls go cold on the dinner table! Line a basket or bowl with foil, and place napkin-wrapped bread in it.
11. Perfect Your Pie Crust. An easy and foolproof method for preventing your pie crust from burning: take the pie out of the oven a little over halfway through the baking process and cover the edge with foil.
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12. Shine Up Your Metals. Line a large pan or bowl with foil, fill it up with cold water and add two teaspoons of salt. Place your rusty metals in the water and let is soak for about three minutes. Rinse the water off and let it dry.
13. Clean your Grill or Fireplace. Line the bottom with foil for easy cleanup after the fun. Forgot to do that? Foil is also good for cleaning off the gunk.
14. Extend the Life of your Steel Wool. That stuff’s expensive — don’t let it go to waste! Store your steel wool on top of a crumpled ball of foil. You can also wrap it in foil and store it in the freezer to lengthen its lifespan.
15. Sharpen Your Scissors. Nobody wants dull scissors! Sharpen them back into shape by cutting through several sheets of foil.