HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD ALWAYS PLACE A QUARTER IN THE FREEZER BEFORE LEAVING THE HOUSE!
This trick that we are going to present to you will eventually save your life. It is a very simple trick and you should definitely take it into account in order to obtain the life benefits of it. Here are more details in regards to this trick.
You should know that this trick is actually originating from a reader and we have tested which proved to be great.
He said that the normal thing to do when there is a big hurricane you should pack your bags and leave the house. In fact, if you want your food to remain in the fridge when you return you should definitely do the trick that we are going to present to you.
This exceptionally basic technique can save your food once the power goes out. We all know that the fridge can’t work without power and it could spoil your food in the fridge. The problem is that you will never know whether there was power while you were out and whether your food might be spoiled.
The reader’s name was Mickey Johns who is from North Carolina. He is claiming that this trick requires two things from you: a cup of water and a quarter. You will need to put the water in the freezer and let it freeze. Next, you should take it out and put the quarter on top of the ice. Afterward, you should return the ice in the freezer.
Most probably you might think that this trick doesn’t make sense, but wait for the details. The first moment you return home you will notice the location of the quarter. If it is on the bottom of the cup it means that the food in the fridge is not safe for eating.
In case the quarter remains in the middle it is most likely that your food is safe for use. It is up to you to decide whether you keep the food or you dispose of it.
If you notice that the quarter is in the same place where you have left it, on top of the cup, then you shouldn’t worry about anything. This means your fridge remained the needed temperature to keep the food.
We really hope you liked this trick and we hope it will help you save your food.