Prolong the life of lettuce heads. Wrap the lettuce heads in sheets of Bounty Paper Towel, seal in a gallon size Ziploc Storage Bags, and store in the refrigerator.
Prolong the life of salad mix. Place a sheet of Bounty Paper Towel in an open bag of salad mix. The paper towel absorbs excess moisture, preventing the lettuce from turning brown.
Remove candle wax from carpet or upholstery. Place a sheet of Bounty Paper Towels over the wax. Gently press the paper towel with a warm iron. The iron will melt the wax and the quicker picker upper will absorb it.
Clean candle wax from a wood floor. Heat the wax with a blow dryer, and then wipe clean with Bounty Paper Towels.
Absorb moisture from the bottom of a kitchen garbage pail and prevent mold and mildew odors. Place a sheet of Bounty Paper Towel on the bottom of the trash pail.
Desilk an ear of corn. Shuck an ear of corn, then wipe it in a single stroke from top to bottom with a dampened sheet of Bounty Paper Towels.
Extract excess oil from fried chicken before serving. Gently press the fried chicken between sheets of Bounty Paper Towels.
Prevent cast iron skillets from rusting. Place a sheet of Bounty Paper Towels between your cast iron pots and pans in the cupboard. Bounty Paper Towels absorbs moisture.
Prolong the shelf life of cheese. Saturate a sheet of Bounty Paper Towel with Heinz White Vinegar, wring it out, and place the towel and cheese together in an airtight container.
Dry a block of cheese for grating. Wrap the block tightly in a sheet of Bounty Paper Towels and set on a counter in room temperature. After the paper towel absorbs sufficient oil from the cheese, discard the paper towel and repeat the process with a fresh sheet of Bounty Paper Towels as many times as you deem desirable.
Sprout seeds before planting. Cut a three inch strip from a sheet of Bounty Paper Towels, dampen, and lay it on top of a strip of Saran Wrap. Place the seeds on top of the paper towel at the intervals recommended on the seed packet. Cover with another strip of damp Bounty Paper Towels, then roll the paper and plastic together, place in a Ziploc Storage Bag, and store in a warm place. When the roots begin to sprout, remove the Ziploc Storage Bag, unroll the Saran wrap, plant the strip of Bounty Paper Towels in a well-tilled garden bed, cover with a fine layer of soil, and water thoroughly. The Bounty Paper Towel acts as a mulch to inhibit dehydration and soon dissolves, ensuring a perfectly spaced row of seedlings.