Pots and pans hanging on a kitchen wall to save space
The Paper Plate Tip To Dodge Scratches On Your Cookware
Unless you have a very large kitchen, you likely have to stack a few of your pots and pans together to save storage space. However, this can damage and scratch them.
To avoid this, place a paper plate between each piece of cookware as you stack them. The plates will serve as a barrier, stopping the metal items from scratching each other.
If you have a particularly large pot or pan, use multiple plates to cover the entire bottom. You can use this trick to stack delicate dishes as well, using smaller paper plates.
Using paper plates to buffer fragile items is also a great method to use when moving. Depending on the store, you can usually purchase hundreds of paper plates for under $15.