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Homenavarrow Cleaning Tips & Advice

How to easily store wrapping paper rolls without ripping

How often do you go to grab a half-used roll of wrapping paper only to discover that it has started to unwind from the roll and the ends and edges of the paper have become all dog-eared. So if you don't have a special wrapping paper box, here is how you can easily store wrapping paper without damaging it.

Next time you have a pair of pantyhose with a run in it, instead of throwing it out, use it for your wrapping paper. Cut off the waist section and place a roll of wrapping paper in each leg. Then tie a knot at the top to keep it secure. You can then store the paper rolls in the top of a closet or under a bed until you need it for the next gift.

 



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