5 Things To Do with Bottle Openers
Think bottle openers are just for cracking open a cold one on a hot summer's day? Think again.
Often used for prying off lids or puncturing cans, the traditional bottle opener, also known as a Churchkey, became popular in the 1930s. Even though it's a staple in nearly every kitchen the Churchkey is capable of more than most people realize. Here are 5 practical uses for your trusty bottle opener.
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However, I'm sure it works well for grout, as a matter of fact I think I will go remove the moldy grout from my bathtub right now... with a bottle opener of course.