13 Ways to use a Coffee Filter

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Lightweight, readily available, compact, affordable, perfect for the RV! You will never look at a coffee filter the same way again.

– Cover food when cooking in the microwave to prevent splatters.

– Use for lint-free cleaning on windows, mirrors and chrome.

– Place between ceramic dishes and glass bowls when traveling
to eliminate “clinking” in the cupboard.

– Filter wine from a broken cork.

– Prevent cast-iron from rusting by placing a filter in the skillet
to absorb moisture.

– Reuse frying oil by straining used oil through a coffee filter
lined sieve.

– Line a plant pot to prevent soil from going out the drainage hole.

– Poke a hole in the bottom for your Popsicle and eliminate
drips on your shirt.

– Soak up extra oil from fried foods such as bacon and
French fries.

– Fill with a scoop of baking soda; twist closed with a rubber
band and tuck into smelling shoes or closet to absorb odors.

– Fill with fresh herbs and tie to be used in soups and stews.

– Rest your spoon on one the next time you make a
gourmet sauce.

– Use as a disposable snack bowl for popcorn and chips.

– They also work great in a coffee maker!

This is copied from http://chefboyrv.com/  for some reason her blog doesn’t allow pinning so I have copied here to pin.

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One thought on “13 Ways to use a Coffee Filter

  1. Hi there

    Thanks for visiting Life Lived Lavishly. I’ve come to visit back.

    I just love these tips. Genius. I’m going to put them between my beloved iron skillets. Should hopefully avoid clinking and rusting.

    Well reblogged!

    Helena

    Like

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