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Genius Non-Food Ways to Use Your Freezer

Reader's Digest Logo By Kelsey Kloss of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 8: <p>To open a sealed envelope without ripping it to pieces, place it in a plastic bag and freeze for one to two hours. Take it out and immediately open with a knife or letter opener. Once it has reached room temperature, re-set the adhesive with moisture. (Here are 5 ways you can <a href="https://www.rd.com/home/5-ways-to-recycle-envelopes/">recycle envelopes</a>.)</p>

Reopen sealed envelopes

To open a sealed envelope without ripping it to pieces, place it in a plastic bag and freeze for one to two hours. Take it out and immediately open with a knife or letter opener. Once it has reached room temperature, re-set the adhesive with moisture. (

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