By tossing a ball of wadded-up foil into the dryer with a load of clothes you can avoid static cling.
Fix Electronic Connections
You can fold a piece of foil several times and insert it into the space between a battery and the loose spring in order to hold the battery in place and repair the circuit.
Take a piece of plywood and wrap it around with a sheet of tinfoil. Place it carefully behind your radiator and it will reflect heat directly into the middle of the room.
By crumpling a piece of foil into a ball you can use it rub rust spots off of most surfaces including shower-curtain rods and a car bumper.
Ball a sheet of tinfoil up and use it to scrub the accumulated black bits off the cooking grates of your grill.
Prevent browning bananas
Wrap aluminum foil around the stems of your bananas to help decrease the bananas from browning quickly.
You can quickly make your silver look new again by lining a pan with tinfoil, adding two or three tablespoons of baking soda, adding boiling water and then dropping the tarnished silverware in.
Protect Fruit Trees
Birds will often eat fruit growing from your trees or knock them over. You can protect the trees from this by hanging up strips of twisted foil in the branches. The reflection of light and the sound they make blowing in the breeze will scare the birds off.
Place a piece of tinfoil under the ironing board cover. This will reflect the iron’s heat back up to the bottom of the clothes, allowing you to iron both sides at the same time.
Glue Loose Vinyl Tile
When you have a loose vinyl tile place a sheet of tinfoil over it and press it down with a hot iron. This will melt the glue which will then stick again and glue the tile back down.
Create A Funnel
You can shape a sheet of foil into a cone, tape it securely together and stick the foil into a bottle to use as a makeshift funnel.
Keep Oven Clean
Place a sheet of foil in the bottom rack to prevent any drips or crumbs falling to the bottom. Make sure to replace regularly to avoid any damage to the oven.
Cut through a folded sheet of tinfoil several times with a pair of scissors in order to sharpen the dulled blade.
Prevent Sticky Pans
When baking, line the pan with a sheet of tinfoil to prevent the cookies from sticking to the pans and keep them looking brand new.
Combine ground beef or chicken in the middle of a sheet of foil and add any vegetables or seasoning you want to them. Wrap the ends and add a second sheet to ensure the food doesn’t burn and cook for 20-30 minutes for a delicious BBQ dinner.