Bubble Wrap has many uses for industry, small business and at home. Take a look at some of the popular uses and some surprising uses as well.
Prevent toilet-tank condensation
If your toilet tank sweats in warm, humid weather, bubble pack could be just the right antiperspirant. Lining the inside of the tank with bubble pack will keep the outside of the tank from getting cold and causing condensation when it comes in contact with warm, moist air. To line the tank, shut off the supply valve under the tank and flush to drain the tank. Then wipe the inside walls clean and dry. Use silicone sealant to glue appropriate-sized pieces of bubble pack to the major flat surfaces.
Protect patio plants
Keep your outdoor container plants warm and protected from winter frost damage. Wrap each container with bubble pack and use duct tape or string to hold the wrap in place. Make sure the wrap extends a couple of inches above the lip of the container. The added insulation will keep the soil warm all winter long.For more details visit plastic bags wholesale.
Keep cola cold
Wrap soft-drink cans with bubble pack to keep beverages refreshingly cold on hot summer days. Do the same for packages of frozen or chilled picnic foods. Wrap ice cream just before you leave for the picnic to help keep it firm en route.
Protect produce in the fridge
Line your refrigerator’s crisper drawer with bubble pack to prevent bruises to fruit and other produce. Cleanup will be easier, too — when the lining gets dirty, just throw it out and replace it with fresh bubble pack.
Make a bedtime buffer
Keep cold air from creeping into your bed on a chilly night by placing a large sheet of bubble pack between your bedspread or quilt and your top sheet. You’ll be surprised at how effective it is in keeping warm air in and cold air out.
Cushion your work surface
When repairing delicate glass or china, cover the work surface with bubble pack to help prevent breakage.
Reduce wear and tear on your good-quality tools and extend their lives. Line your toolbox with bubble pack. Use duct tape to hold it in place.
Sleep on air while camping
Get a better night’s sleep on your next camping trip: Carry a 6-foot (2-meter) roll of wide bubble pack to use as a mat under your sleeping bag. No sleeping bag? Just fold a 12-foot-long (3.6-meter-long) piece of wide bubble pack in half, bubble side out, and duct-tape the edges. Then slip in and enjoy a restful night in your makeshift padded slumber bag.
Cushion bleachers and benches
Take some bubble pack out to the ballgame with you to soften those hard stadium seats or benches. Or stretch a length along a picnic bench for more comfy dining.