Tips for opening stubborn jars
Many people find a scene full of tears and laughter when they pick up a nice jar of jam, honey or pickles but cannot open the lid.
Here are some easy ways to open the jar lid that you can refer to.
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Use a kitchen towel
If the cap is loose, it may be because it is wet or too shiny or slippery. You should use handy items like dry kitchen towels, cling film, or silicone pads (heat-resistant or durable). Place the cocking aid on top of the container lid and twist to open normally.
You can also improve your grip by wearing rubber gloves or putting a thick rubber band around your hat.
touch the hat
With the handle toward the lid, take a wooden spoon or butter knife and tap it lightly. You have to repeat the process several times to make the lid move.
lift the lid
You can use a butter knife, bottle opener, or the tip of a flathead screwdriver to loosen the jar lid. Insert the tip of the selected object under the rim of the container lid and remove it. Move the brim, insert the tip, and pry until you hear a faint click (so the hat is away from your face).
Thunderous applause in the pot
Hold the bottle in your non-dominant hand and tilt it 45 degrees, cap down. Gently pat the bottom of the glass with your palms. The force of the hand increases the pressure near the lid. You will hear a soft click until the lid breaks and the jar opens.
The effect of the heat on the lid makes it slightly easier to open. Heating methods include placing the lid under hot water or placing the jar and lid in a bowl of hot water for 30 seconds. You can also use a hair dryer. Immediately use a kitchen towel to open the lid.
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