Some creative uses for Bubble Wrap:
• For a different look, use Bubble Wrap instead of a sponge to apply paint to interior walls to create a textured design.
• Use Bubble Wrap and duct tape to create floating bubbleships, ducks or any kind of aquatic toy.
• Wrap children’s hands in Bubble Wrap, let them dip their hands in paint and go wild making handprints that pop.
• Try making chocolate with Bubble Wrap as the mold. Just pour chocolate over Bubble Wrap then freeze or refrigerate. Once the chocolate cools, pull the Bubble Wrap away and you are ready to eat.
• Unroll sheets of Bubble Wrap to create a track that children can ride their bikes, scooters and pull their wagons on.
• Kids can lay a layer of Bubble Wrap next to their beds so a brother/sister/friend can’t sneak up on them when they are sleeping.
• If you are trying to learn how to snowboard, you’re going to take a few spills. Try adding a little extra cushion for your knees, hips and butt.
• With the help of some friends, wrap your arms, legs and torso with a super-thick layer of Bubble Wrap. Keep wrapping until you are bulked up like a pro and face off with your opponent to Sumo wrestle.
• Place sheets of Bubble Wrap on the bottom of your refrigerator’s crisper compartment to protect fruit and vegetables from bruising.
• Fill the spaces in between the food in your freezer with Bubble Wrap. Packing the items tight will block warmer air from circulating and causing your freezer to work harder.
• Hate scraping ice off your windshield after an evening freeze?
Try covering the glass with Bubble Wrap, and come morning just pull the plastic aside and voilá, no ice.
• Lay down a layer of Bubble Wrap before putting down and staking your tent. The layer will help keep out moisture and will also add a nice layer of added comfort.
• Pack along some Bubble Wrap on trips so when you return with fragile souvenirs, you will have them well protected.
Source: Sealed Air Corp.