New Life for An Old Can Opener
From the Kitchens of Cheesecake Farms
|Cooking spray makes|
can openers work like new!
Works on electric can openers, too!!
Got a can opener that's fussy, hard to operate and not doing it's job?
Before you toss it, spritz the gears with cooking spray.
It's WD-40 for the kitchen!!
Never heard of WD-40?
WD-40 is an all purpose spray that's been hanging around work shops for ages.
When all else fails, handi-men (and women) reach for the familiar blue can to loosen rusty screws, help gears turn easier, keep ice from sticking to heat pump blades and a whole lot more. It's a work shop miracle in a can.
But in the kitchen, WD-40 is toxic.
Cooking spray to the rescue !!
Simply spritz cooking spray on any food contact surface that needs a little help. Removes gummy label residues, too.
To shine up stainless steel, spray a bit on a dry cloth then wipe away finger prints and streaks. And don't forget that can opener.
When all else fails, try a spritz of cooking spray.