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If you have trouble opening a tightly closed lid and don’t have one of those fancy jar opening tools, you can use duct tape in much the same way. Yeah, using duct tape to un-stick something. But hey, it actually works!

My Instructable is here.

Posted by: Jason Poel Smith | Tuesday March 19th, 2013 8:44 AM

Bio: Creator of the how-to series DIYHacksAndHowTos on youtube.

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  1. Jeffrey Winters says:

    You know what works? A simple rubber band. I just stretch it over the lid, and it grips the shiny surface tightly enough — and enables me to grip it securely enough — that I can open every jar I’ve encountered. And the great thing is, there are usually loose rubber bands somewhere in every kitchen.

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