Throw them in your gym bag and you can prevent bacteria or mold from growing. It also gets rid of nasty odours because silica dioxide absorbs any moisture in the air.
Save a wet phone. It’s more effective than rice. Put the phone in a jar full of the bags.
Save old photos. Put a few of the bags in a box of old photos. It saves them from sticking together or getting ruined.
Defog your windshield. Put a bunch of the bags under your windshield. It takes care of the fog that builds up when the weather is humid and saves precious time.
Extend the life of razor blades. The bags absorb the moisture from your blade.
Slow down tarnishing of your silverware and silver jewellery or tools. Simply place a few packets of gel in your jewellery box, drawers and toolbox.
Whether you have important documents (birth certificates, bank loan statements, etc.) stored in files in a desk, cabinet, box, or envelopes, you can add a few packets of silica gel to keep them protected.
Sometimes when we go on vacation, there is swimming involved. The worst is putting wet clothes in your suitcase. Put your clothes or wet towel into a bag with a bunch of silica gels and it will help to remove some of the moisture.
These tiny packets can do a great job of keeping luggage dry. You can simply toss a few silica gel packets into your luggage to keep it moisture and odor-free. This could really help to extend the life of your luggage.
You will often find silica gel packets enclosed with packets of dried foods, pills, and vitamins. This is because moisture can lead to mold, decomposition, and spoilage of these items. Storing these items with a silica packet can help preserve their freshness.