Author: Sorting Last Post on Top Message:
PENGUINKISS Posts: 491
12/22/12 7:16 A

Online Now  • ))
Rubber gloves is a good idea. If you don't have any a rubber band works too.


JULE1015 Posts: 104
12/20/12 8:59 P

Thanks for your help. I'm happy to know I'm not the only one who can't figure it out. I found the perfect solution. The guy next door just twisted hard and pulled it off.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
12/20/12 12:49 P

Do you have a pair of rubber gloves? Sometimes those can grip the lid firmly.

:)
DOUGLYE Posts: 1,541
12/20/12 12:10 P

Hit the top edge of the lid on top on a set of stairs or counter. You risk breaking the lid, but it comes off real easy ;-)
(just be careful it's the top edge of the lid, otherwise you risk damaging the spray nozzle inside)

I often do this with spray paint cans.

Doug - BC, Canada

"I don't need a personal trainer so much as I need someone to follow me around and slap unhealthy food out of my hands"
CJMODISETTE Posts: 133
12/20/12 11:54 A

I have the problem sometimes, too. I usually resort to using a pair of pliers or a knife to force the cap off. If there's an easy way I sure haven't found it.

JULE1015 Posts: 104
12/19/12 7:51 P

I'm am so frustrated with these aerosol cans. I just bought a can of trader joes olive oil spray in such a can, and I cannot get the darn cap off. Aren't they supposed to have places to squeeze? This doesn't.

Page: 1 of (1)  




Other SparkPeople Cafe Topics:

Topics: Last Post:
Measurements vs the Scale 6/24/2014 11:28:54 PM
is it good to skip meals? 2/25/2014 2:20:51 PM
100 SUGAR CALORIES 4/12/2014 10:02:33 PM
How often do you eat out? 7/12/2014 1:45:42 PM
No such thing as a free lunch 7/13/2014 12:07:55 PM