Amazing hack shows how you can turn cake plates into punch bowls easily – and we’re amazed we didn’t know it before

WE BET you didn't know that some cake stands – the ones that can separate the stand from the base – can actually also be used as a punchbowl.

If you're considered the hostess with the mostest, this might be the hack for you.


A woman, who goes by the name of Maia on social media, said in a video: "Did anyone know that cake plates can become punch bowls?"

In the video, a woman could be seen pulling apart her glass cake platter before turning it upside down to reveal a punch bowl.

It also doesn't have to be used as a punchbowl but a nice display for fruit and veggies.

Many took to the comment section to claim they had done this with some of their cake platters, while others responded that they have no idea it could be done.

Another home hack aficionado had previously revealed we've been washing our home all wrong – and that, yes, we actually need to clean our walls.

When a user asked blogger NOT THE WORST CLEANER how to clean walls, she revealed there are several ways to do it depending on the finish.

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"To start, I always grab my mop and a bucket of warm water," she said.

"For my flat walls, I add a little bit of vinegar to the water, especially because those are in my kitchen and it gets the oil, smoke residue, and splatter stains here.

"It gets the job done easily and my walls will dry on their own."

As for walls that have a glossy or semi-glossy finish, she claimed she uses a little bit of soap but that the key is to wring out the mop really well to avoid any streaks on the wall.

She dries off the wall with either a dry mop or a microfiber cloth to avoid any streaks and deposits of water that could damage the wall.


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