Did you know that “flossing” is more than just a popular dance all the kids are doing?
In fact, humble dental floss can be used all over the house. In the kitchen, use unflavoured, unwaxed floss to tie up a chicken or roast. It’s also great for slicing soft cheeses, watermelon and cake. (And really, who has a cheese wire these days?) You can also use it to scrape stuck-on baked goods out of the pan.
If you find yourself in sudden need of a new shoelace, dental floss can do the trick. We laced up a shoe, tied it regularly, and walked around for the rest of the day without it snapping! Truly incredible stuff.
Oh, and it also is good for your teeth. Check out the video above for all these uses (and more!)