Image credit: Andrea Jean Cleaning via YouTube
I love eating chips of any kind, but there are times when I can’t eat all of it by myself and I end up having leftovers in the chip bag which I know was also experienced by everyone. Most of the time, I would use some tape, rubber, or any tie that I can find to try and re-seal it, but what if all of those aren’t available and I badly need to close it properly so that I can store it and eat it later or the next day? That’s where this clever hack by Andrea Jean Cleaning on YouTube comes in handy, in her video tutorial, she shows 3 different but super simple and easy ways to seal chip bags without the need of a clip. I thought I might as well share it with everyone who might also need a tutorial like this one.
Push all of the chips down to the bottom of the bag, then flatten the top empty part, and start rolling it down nicely and tight. Set it upside down in a particular area where you want to store it, then once you’re ready to eat the chip, carefully turn right side up first before pulling it out so that you don’t accidentally spill all of the chips.
Push all of the chips down to the bottom of the bag, then flatten the top empty part, and start rolling it down nicely and tight. Fold both sides over to the back, then turn it around, and flip the fold of the bag on itself to tuck it in. This method won’t spill any chips from the bag.
Push all of the chips down to the bottom of the bag, then flatten the top empty part, fold the side until the bottom edges reach the part where the chips are and it has the shape of a triangle, and then fold the other side the same way. Roll the bottom edges together until you create a pocket, then take the pointed top of the chip bag, and roll it down to tuck it nicely.
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