4. Saving a grater from a deep cleaning
If you are tired of cleaning the grater every time after using it, a piece of regular, not so thin polyethylene can help you. Cover your cooking equipment with it and start rubbing products you want to grate on it. After that, you can simply throw out the polythene and the grater will remain clean.
5. Making your knife sharp again, using a cup
Kitchen knives also require additional care and often get dull. If you don’t have a special sharpener, take a mug and turn it over. Now you can sharpen the knife on the edge of the mug at a 45° angle!
6. Keeping your strawberries longer, by washing them with vinegar
Strawberries are the kind of a product that can rot really fast. So, to keep them as fresh as possible use this lifehack. Wash your berries in a vinegar-water bath. You need 1 cup of white vinegar and 8 cups of water. Leave your strawberries in this bath for a little while, and then drain and rinse them.