11 Things You Didn’t Know The Correct Use For.

Blog By mariam  |  20-06-17

You will be shocked, when you will come to know this things.

#11 Earphone Jack

#11 Earphone Jack

We all use many household items daily but rarely do we know the symbols and tricks associated with them which can make our life a lot easier. These may include headphones, beer bottle caps, aluminum foil wrap etc.

Let us take a look on some of these items and gain more knowledge about them.

If you have noticed 2 lines on your earphone jack you might be surprised to know that without those it would be difficult to hear in both the ears. There are many other products which we use daily and some information is scribbled on them which we are not sure about. The beer corks provide an efficient seal that slows down the flow of air inside the bottle and prevents quick aging of it.


#10 No Expired Products

#10 No Expired Products

Pick any product that you use and behind you will see a container symbol with words, 6M, 12M mentioned.

These numbers tell the life of the product and you can easily keep track of the expiry date.


#9 Small Hole in iPhone

#9 Small Hole in iPhone

Turn your new iPhone and you will see a small hole near to the camera. That’s the inbuilt microphone which helps to capture audio better while recording video.


#8 Metalv Plate

#8 Metalv Plate

Just rotate the plate which is at the bottom of the stapler and there will be no need of using a staple remover to remove any staples. That’s so easy and can be tried anytime.


#7 Snap Off Easily

#7 Snap Off Easily

This blade is of common use but rarely do we know that it is an easy task to just snap off the dull part and get another sharpened layer and the cover of the knife only does it.


#6 Foil Paper

#6 Foil Paper

Notice the presence of little tabs on both sides which will help to hold the foil roll in the box as you tear a small part of it for use


#5 Number 57

#5 Number 57

Get a new Heinz Ketchup bottle and find number 57 scribbled which is actually the sweet part of it and can be tapped upon while struggling to get the ketchup out.


#4 Lollipop Stick

#4 Lollipop Stick

Notice the hole at the bottom of the lollipop stick. A small amount of candy melts into that hole and holds the candy on lollipop firmly.


#3 Symbols

#3 Symbols

The symbols on the bottom of plastic container tell you whether it is safe for microwave and dishwasher use.


#2 Plastic in Bottle

#2 Plastic in Bottle

The little plastic inside bottle cap holds the gases inside the bottle only so that the liquid doesn’t go flat.


#1 Extra fabric

#1 Extra fabric

Ever thought why you have extra fabric piece attached to your new clothes. Well, that’s to test how different detergents will react with your fabric.








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